Panel Gives Insight to Economic and Generational Dynamics in County Government


Stephanye R. Maxwell, Esq., CPM, Director, Office of Human Resources Management, Prince Georges’ County, Gregg A. Todd, County Administrator, Queen Anne’s County, and Bernie Sadusky, Executive Director, Maryland Association of Community Colleges came to Maryland’s Association of Counties Winter Conference this year to share ideas and examples from the field of government employee recruitment and training in Maryland.

In Bullseye: Hitting the Moving Target of County Government Recruitment and Training, county human resources officers described their tactics for maintaining a skilled workforce over the next decade.  Director Maxwell shared insight on generational dynamics in the workforce, applying the research to employment trends in Prince George’s County government. County Administrator Todd spoke on strategies for rebuilding the county workforce after the recession in Queen Anne’s County.  Dr. Sadusky shared how community colleges can assist county governments as they set their sights on a changing workforce saying, “If you have a training need, we have a program.”

The session was sponsored by the Maryland Association of Human Resources Officers and moderated by The Honorable William Pickrum, Commission President, Kent County and MACo Board Member.