Staffing

  • Give 'em What They Want

     
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    Help Wanted

    Bridge the gap between what your operation can afford and what it must accomplish.

     
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    A Thorough Introduction

    How to ensure new hires are comfortable with the “lay of the land” as quickly as possible.

     
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    The Replacements

    As baby boomers retire, public agencies must transform themselves into employers of choice for the next generation.

     
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    2008 salary survey: Are your benefits flying south?

    This year we reformulated our annual survey to learn what keeps you and your colleagues working. We included questions about benefits, job satisfaction, and what respondents would like to see more of in their jobs and their benefits packages. What we discovered may surprise you. . .

     
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    Disaster blasters

    From Oct. 20 through Nov. 7, during one of California's driest years on record, a large swath of the state was engulfed in flames. As in all natural disasters, public works played a critical role. Employees were assigned to fire crews to designate evacuation routes and close roads. Before the last...

     
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    Coming together

    One of the primary reasons public works employees join a union is the strong contracts for benefits and other perks. Read the results of this and other aspects of unionized work forces, as PUBLIC WORKS shares results of its recent union survey.

     
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    Picking your employees' brains

     
  • What is your title?

    2006 salary survey: How much are you worth?

    No one ever complains about getting paid too much. But how does your salary really stack up against that of your peers? PUBLIC WORKS magazine wanted to find out. Based on answers from 2600 readers just like you, we have a snapshot of how much money public works managers make.

     
 
 
 
 

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