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At some point, small government firms are faced with a daunting task – quickly scaling up their workforce to fulfill contract needs and requirements. It’s not unusual to grow from five full-time employees to 150 in 12 or 18 months in the government contracting space. What are important steps to consider that will set everyone up for success, current and future employees included?
It's a little bit of history repeating. Finding and securing qualified talent continues as the top human capital management trend in the 11th Annual Deltek Clarity Government Contracting Industry Study. New for 2020, the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. See how human capital management leaders are likely to address the challenges they were expecting and those they were not.
Retaining talent in order to maintain growth momentum is a major struggle for small business graduates. Learn how human resources leaders are getting creative with their incentive compensation plans, and how to uncomplicated the complexities.
The Human Capital Management (HCM) results from the 10th Annual Deltek Clarity Government Contracting Industry Study revealed exactly what is working, and what might need more effort in the coming year. The results demonstrated significant strides forward, specifically around reducing turnover.
Human capital management results from the 9th Annual Clarity GovCon Industry Study pointed to some real challenges around acquiring and retaining talent.
Putting speculation to rest post Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) tax reform approval, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) issued Letter 226J to employers summarizing Affordable Care Act (ACA) penalties and required payments for infractions with the Employer Shared Responsibility Mandate (ESR).
Learn how human capital management strategies and business results are tightly linked. As competition for winning new awards intensifies, government contractors must align their workforce strategy with their business objectives more than ever before.
As a government contractor, your world revolves around projects – finding them, winning them and managing them. Resource planning is the key to delivering projects on-time and within budget. Read more to learn how.
To continue to grow and steer your government contracting business to better, more innovative and profitable projects your human capital management strategy must be closely aligned to your business objectives. Learn how to align your human capital management strategy to your business objectives.
Many prime contractors dealing with government agencies rely on subcontractors as part of their strategy to bid and win contracts. Partnering with and managing these subcontractors effectively is vital to successful contract completion and the delivery of profitable projects.
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