Reimagining how the government hires 

Reimagining how the government hires - report thumbnailFederal News Network’s Executive Briefing Series

MonsterGov participated in another Federal News Network Executive's Briefing Series on government hiring, alongside CHCOs and deputy CHCOs from GSA, NRC, NSF, and the Secret Service.

In this session, panelists reiterated the strength of the federal hiring process and its basis on merit-based principles, but suggested that investments in technology upgrades, HR resources (like I/O psychologists and assessments), and cross-team training and collaboration were needed to keep up with the volume and competition seen today. 

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Panel of Experts

Eric Dilworth - headshotEric Dilworth - Deputy Chief Human Capitol Officer, U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission

Traci DiMartini - headshotTraci DiMartini - Chief Human Capital Officer, General Services Administration

Susan Fallon - headshotSusan Fallon - Senior Vice President, Monster Government Solutions

Jennifer Forrest - headshotJennifer Forrest - Senior Director, Professional Services, Monster Government Solutions

William-Malyszka-headshot - headshotWilliam Malyszka - Deputy Chief Human Capital Officer, National Science Foundation

Susan Yarwood - headshotSusan Yarwood - Chief Human Capital Officer, U. S. Secret Service

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