Bullseye: Hitting the Moving Target of County Government Recruitment and Training

Stephanye Maxwell
Stephanye R. Maxwell, Esq., CPM, Director, Office of Human Resources Management, Prince Georges’ County

Every county government department relies on its greatest asset – its people – to deliver services to residents. Over the next few years, a number of seasoned county workers will become eligible for retirement, and, at the same time, millennial employees are entering the workforce with different skills and expectations than their predecessors. Human resources management in this setting requires creativity and innovation.

The Maryland Association of Human Resources Officers will be sponsoring Bullseye: Hitting the Moving Target of County Government Recruitment and Training at the MACo Winter Conference.  In this session, Stephanye R. Maxwell, Esq., CPM, Director, Office of Human Resources Management, Prince Georges’ County will describe how to maximize the talent of four types of employees: traditionalists, baby-boomers, gen-Xers, and millenials.  Gregg A. Todd, County Administrator, Queen Anne’s County will share about building back a workforce following recessionary cuts and Bernie Sadusky, Ph.D, Executive Director, Maryland Association of Community Colleges will speak about continuing education and the vast array of opportunities for public sector employees and other private sector workforce training within your community.

Thursday, January 8, 2015 from 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm.

Learn more about MACo’s Winter Conference:

Questions? Contact Meetings & Events Director Virginia White.

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