Attracting, Retaining and Engaging Government Employees - Case Study

Aging baby boomers are increasingly leaving the workforce as a significantly smaller number of younger people are entering it — challenging state and local governments to find new and competitive ways to attract, retain, and engage talent. To do this, government agencies must energetically market their organizations and the communities they serve as desirable places to live and work. Providing employees with access to the latest workplace technologies is a key strategy.

Learn how Nebraska state government faced its recruitment and retention challenges by using to provide 18,000 employees statewide with on-demand technology, business, and creative skills training: