Six principles for government workplaces that attract talent

Transform government workplaces into engaging and inclusive environments

The government sector is facing a critical challenge in the competition for talent. According to recent studies, more than 25% of the government workforce is over 55 years old, and 55% is over 45 years old, so filling the upcoming talent gap is urgent.

To attract and retain employees, the government needs to create inspiring, engaging workplaces that align with its mission and values. A workplace that is designed with the employee in mind can help attract a diverse and inclusive workforce, build organizational resilience, and preserve taxpayer dollars.

Based on research and practical advice, this guide contains actionable steps that government agencies can take to create a workplace that is aligned with their talent strategy. 

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