Start: 21.06.2022 09:00Uhr
Ende: 21.06.2022 15:30Uhr
"Overall, in view of the shortage of skilled workers, new talent groups must be leveraged and recruitment processes redesigned. Administration must position itself as a competitive employer. For example, sustainable HR management, ecological awareness in the organization and corresponding measures, career opportunities at every phase of life, diversity management, participation and collaboration all offer incentives to attract and retain talent.
In times of permanent change and crisis public administration needs a solid strategic workforce planning (quantitative as well as qualitative) as the base for evidence-based strategies and policies. Therefore, this module focuses on skills needed to develop and establish at least a short-term HR-planning systems. In the second part we will have a look on some good practices to develop a demography strategy, generation management and “Green HRM” to support ecological transition."
Beatrix Behrens, HRM Policies und Public Management OECD
Angela Hanson, Innovation leader at the OECD Observatory of Public Sector Innovation
Erika Landi, Director, European Parliament, Directorate-General for Personnel, Directorate for HR Support and Social Services
Gracia Vara Arribas, EU Law and Governance, Head of CAF Resource Cente
Sophie Alexandrova, appointed Head of unit in charge of “workforce planning” in the European Commission (EC) on in April 2022.
Werner Widuckel, visiting professor of human resources and organization at Heilbronn University in 2010, teaching at Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg (FAU) in 2011.
Christoph Klika, EU policy implementation
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