Incorporate 200 250 words of content in the Notes View of each PowerPoint slide

Incorporate 200 250 words of content in the notes

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Incorporate 200-250 words of content in the Notes View of each PowerPoint slide. (These would be used while presenting the slides to an audience. Slide titles should be based on the criteria described above (e.g., “Challenges of Succession Planning,” etc.) In addition to the content slides required, a title slide and a reference slide are to be included. The title slide is to contain the title of the assignment, your name, the instructor’s name, the course title, and the date. The reference slide should list, in APA format, the sources you consulted in writing the paper. The specific course learning outcomes associated with this assignment are: Examine the major components of the personnel management system, procedures, and processes in the public sector. Evaluate current and emerging issues and trends in public personnel management, such as evaluation, public sector recruitment, staffing
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employment development compensation, benefits, pensions, strategic planning, and / or succession planning. Develop a proposal for strategic public personnel management for a specific setting. Use technology and information resources to research issues in public personnel management. Write clearly and concisely about public personnel management using proper writing mechanics. Running Header: Preparing for the Agency’s Future ({PowerPoint Slide # 1) Ms. Jan Bailey-Smith, Student Professor Mark Pantaleo, Instructor Strayer University – Summer 2018 Term - PAD 530 – Public Personnel Management Assignment # 4
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PAD 530 Public Personnel Management – Week 11 Class Discussion # 2 "Looking Ahead" Discuss at least two areas, or policy changes, discussed in this course that you believe will have a significant effect on the field of public personnel management in the next 10 years. It has been noted that, technology, social media and the gig economy are among the forces that have impacted the practice of HR. The world of work has changed dramatically in the past decade, shaped by factors that include a brutal recession, technological advances and a new generation of workers with very different ideas of what employment should look like. About ten (10) years ago, companies were surveyed with result reports stating that their top future challenges were succession planning and providing leaders with the skills needed to be successful. Today, employers say the increasing competition for skilled workers is a top concern. As a result, the workplace is much more employee-focused and individualized. That’s pushing employers to, among other things, provide flexible schedules to people with family obligations or give tuition help to entry-level workers so that they can get a new job — somewhere else. The trend toward an employee-tailored workplace is likely to continue, and you may need to adjust quickly if you haven’t already started. More and more larger corporations are making the concerted effort to provide more employee directives in terms of incentives
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