October 4, 2021
On September 17, 2021, members from BGRS joined FEDtalk host Jason Briefel to discuss trends that we are seeing in talent management and mobility in the North American federal sector. Eliane Savard, VP and General Manager, Company Security Officer for the Government of Canada, Jessica Larsen, Senior Manager for Mobility Experience Solutions, and Amber Tucker, VP for Government Client Services shared their expertise.
In this episode, Savard, Larsen, and Tucker compare the U.S. government, Canadian government, and the corporate sector in correlation to findings from a joint study, “Post-Pandemic Relocation and Talent Management Strategies: Responses and Perspectives from North American Public Service Leaders”, conducted by BGRS and the Senior Executives Association (SEA).
Since the COVID-19 Pandemic struck, findings from this study are showing that the future of work is dynamically changing with greater focus on hybrid workplaces, mobility as a key part of talent development strategies, importance of using data about the employee experience to improve working environments, virtual mobility. Savard, Larsen, and Tucker further discuss in greater detail what this could mean for talent management and mobility for the future.
FEDtalk, hosted by Shaw Bransford & Roth P.C., a federal employment law firm, explores current issues of importance to federal employees and those interested in the federal sector. The biweekly podcast brings in experts from across the federal community to bring listeners inside issues. To hear more about what findings were made in the joint study and how they affect the industry, listen to the podcast episode here.
To view BGRS’s “Post-Pandemic Relocation and Talent Management Strategies” report, click here.
To hear more about what findings were made in the joint study and how they affect the industry, listen to the podcast episode here.