Under Threat: How State and Local Leaders are Coping with Harassment and Intimidation
State and local government leaders around the nation are facing increased threats of violence and intimidation. At a time when state and local leaders are already facing endless challenges, how are these threats affecting the SLG workforce? And what lasting impact will these threats have on recruiting future talent?
Trending Now: State of the SLG Workforce
The state and local government workforce is undergoing a monumental transformation. Whether navigating hybrid work, staff shortages or increased workloads, the workforce continues to evolve. This session will take a data-driven look at the biggest trends facing the SLG workforce and how the pandemic continues to reshape government work.
The Gold Star of Recruiting and Retaining
The Great Resignation has left state and local governments with job openings at every level. In this case study session, Route Fifty will feature an agency that’s excelling in recruiting and retaining talent.
Normalizing Hybrid Work
Across the nation, state and local governments are facing decisions on the future of work. While some states or agencies mandate a return to the office, others are evaluating what long-term hybrid work looks like. In this discussion, Route Fifty gathers together a panel of leaders who are at the forefront of that decision making.
The Public Sector Office of Tomorrow
Today's program has explored some of the obstacles state and local governments are facing to recruit and retain talent, but what steps can they take to modernize workplaces and reshape the work environment? In this panel, we'll discuss initiatives that can reposition state and local governments as an employer of choice.