Workplace norms have shifted during the COVID-19 pandemic and “great resignation.” As such, employers must adapt in innovative and effective ways in order to retain quality and effective employees.
Maryland and its local governments are uniquely positioned to answer the ongoing challenges of hiring and retention with success and stability.
In the second part of this two-part series, at the 2022 MACo Summer Conference, experts will explore how retaining talent not only requires a well-designed human resources program, but also effective communication about what your place of work has to offer compared to other employers. Local governments offer a particular employment culture that makes retention a unique and sometimes challenging undertaking. In this second part of a two-part series on the state of employment, participants will learn about best practices for retaining talent in a competitive and evolving workforce and how to best communicate their value to staff.
- Beverly Churchill, Director, Human Resources, Queen Anne’s County
- Christine Walters, Principal, FiveL Company
- Sasha Vazquez-Gonzalez, Director of Human Resources, Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services
Dan Ripberger, Managing Director, Bolton
Date/Time: Friday, August 19, 2022; 2:15 pm – 3:15 pm
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- Exhibitor Details & Pricing
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- Sponsorship Opportunities
- Tech Expo Details
- Golf Tournament Details
- Discounted Hotel Room Rates
- 2021 Conference Photos
- Conduit Street Blog Coverage
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- Questions? Contact Virginia White