This report identifies how the U.S. government can improve its ability to recruit and hire entry-level professional and administrative employees. To prepare for a potential retirement wave, Federal agencies will likely increase their entry-level hiring to rebuild the pipeline from entry-level positions through the journey-level and beyond. Given this context, it is important to assess how well the Federal hiring process is working, particularly in terms of the GovernmentAis ability to recruit entry-level new hires from all segments of society and select employees on the basis of merit after fair and open competition. The recommendations in this report focus on how to improve entry-level hiring efforts while also protecting merit. Illustrations.The primary driver of this new trend was the establishment of the excepted service federal Career intern program (fCip) in ... federal employees who do not have competitive service status, or federal employees with competitive service status.
|Title||:||Attracting the Next Generation|
|Publisher||:||DIANE Publishing - 2008-07-01|