It is about to be a New Year! At least, it will be for the federal government as of October 1st, when its new fiscal year begins. Most organizations stress the need for continuous improvement, including in Human Resources. As we approach the end of the government’s fiscal year, business should use this time of year as an opportunity for some organizational “New Year’s resolutions,” such as general house cleaning and a fresh assessment of their risk and compliance strategies.Read more »
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