The federal government is facing a variety of challenges when it comes to attracting employees into the Senior Executive Service. Carol Bonosaro, President of the SEA, asys those are the findings of a recent survey conducted by the Senior Executive Association.
New survey results released by the Senior Executive Association show there is a lot of interest among many federal employees when it comes to applying for the Senior Executive Service, but more can be done by the federal government and Congress to make SES positions attractive.
OPM says two agencies will hold training sessions on how to use this new approach to hire senior executives. OPM also is working with other organizations to extend the training new SESers receive.
President of Senior Executives Association says data from survey of GS-14’s and 15’s being aggregated; expects survey to be released later this month.
Senior Executive Association President Carol Bonosaro discusses how she and others plan to attract new blood to the Senior Executive Service, starting with some provisions in the recently-signed Defense Authorization bill.
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The Defense Department is going to start requiring senior executives to have held positions in multiple agencies if they want a promotion. Nancy Kichak is OPM’s Associate Director for the Human Resources Policy and tells…
Thousands of high-level federal workers are now eligible to earn vacation on a fast-track plan previously reserved for members of the Senior Executive Service. Senior Correspondent Mike Causey has the first alert.