An Occupation in Transition:Federal Human Resources Employment Trends

Author(s)
United States Office of Personnel Management
Date
1999
Abstract
An Occupation in Transition is a three-part study of the changes affecting the Human Resources community. Using data from the Central Personnel Data File (CPDF), Part 1, Federal Human Resources Employment Trends, lays the groundwork by establishing a current statistical profile and identifying trends that affect the Human Resources profession. Part 2, Looking to the Future: Human Resources Competencies, explores the issue of competencies and competency models as they relate to the Human Resource function. Part 3, The HR Workforce: Meeting the Challenge of Change, presents the results of original research on the competencies that are required and those currently held by the Federal Human Resources workforce. The report also identifies ways to address competency gaps and transform the Human Resources function to a strategic partner in ensuring organizational effectiveness.
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