Real Success Stories of What's Working in Federal Human Resources

Management Concepts Press announces the publication of a work that brings to light the success stories in human resources management happening right now across the federal government.

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Tysons Corner, VA (PRWEB) January 06, 2014

Management Concepts Press announces the publication of a work that brings to light the success stories in human resources management happening right now across the federal government.

During a time when the federal work force is facing tremendous challenges, Human Capital Management: What Really Works in Government offers clear and replicable examples of how these obstacles are being faced and overcome.

Innovative recruitment and retention strategies, dynamic employee onboarding programs, leading-edge HR technology — these are some of the stories in this new book that offer valuable lessons for anyone dealing with human resources issues in government, business, or any other organizational environment.

The authors are members of Federal Management Partners, Inc., a leading human capital management and consulting firm with clients across the federal government as well as in the private sector. Their insightful analyses of the situations federal agencies have faced — and the best practices the agencies have developed — impart lessons that will ring true for government leaders.    

Anyone working in government will find this book interesting; anyone managing people will find it invaluable.

Speakers are available for interviews and comments. Review copies are also available. Please contact Mary Cowell at Management Concepts Press - mcowell(at)managementconcepts(dot)com or call (703) 270-4125.

Management Concepts Press, a division of Management Concepts, publishes an array of publications designed to meet the needs of government and business.

Human Capital Management: What Really Works in Government, ©2013, ISBN 978-1-56726-428-9, 250 pages, 6” x 9” softcover, $42


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