Showing 3 ideas for tag "hiring time"

Department of Health and Human Services

Reducing the time to hire

An important tool for addressing the goal of reducing the time to hire is to track and publicly report on each of the steps in the hiring process. It is time to put that into practice, not just talk about it. Over a year ago mangers were told a system would be set up and available to managers by July 2010. This was a great idea, but nothing has come of it yet. What has been heard for the last year from senior managers... more »

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Office of Personnel Management

Performance Targets on hiring time

The government currently loses out on hiring top candidates due to the slow pace of the process. Accordingly, the government should set performance targets for agency hiring actions requiring that the average time to fill a position improves to 45 days or less on average. Establish incentives for human capital management staff that are dependent on their hiring time performance.

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Environmental Protection Agency

Federal Service Recruitment and Training Center

Idea: Federal Service Recruitment and Training Center (FSRTC)

Date thought of: October 26, 2010

Concept: A single-source recruitment and training center, regionally located, that would screen and train Federal employee applicants and respond to staffing requests from all Federal organizations.

Human Resources is found in every Agency and Department, why not consolidate? While one may apply for Federal positions on-online,... more »

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