Challenges to development of effective public workforceAuthor(s):
Dr. Rangaswamy MAbstract:
The twenty-first century is knocking at our doors, but do we know how to greet it? We know it’s there waiting for us to let it in, but what are we likely to face when we open our institutional doors? What opportunities, uncertainties, or threats would it bring? Will we recognize the twenty-first century when we see it, or might confuse it with something seen before? Might we mistake an issue we should be prepared to deal with in the next millennium for a controversy of no significance? For government agencies the calendar is not much help. For public administration the twenty- first century is more than just a date. It is a state of affairs, a set of behavior patterns, opportunities to be explored, and risks to be avoided. Confronting the twenty-first century means emerging from a relatively certain past to confront an unsure future.
Job creation and matching for job seekers have become top priorities for all. Many agencies contribute to this, with workforce and employment development agencies being the lynchpin hinged with other public partners such as economic development, education, colleges, and universities, vocational rehabilitation, corrections, health, and human services, training services organizations and more. DOI: 10.33545/26646021.2019.v1.i2a.60Pages: 50-55 | Views: 477 | Downloads: 10Download Full Article: Click Here
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Dr. Rangaswamy M. Challenges to development of effective public workforce
. Int J Political Sci Governance 2019;1(2):50-55. DOI: 10.33545/26646021.2019.v1.i2a.60