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The Changing Workforce. Bonnie Parks Executive Director Senior Worker Advocate Office Employment Development Department. California’s Future. Tight labor market An aging population More women working Major ethnic shifts Culturally diverse. The Big Picture. An Aging Workforce.

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the changing workforce
The Changing Workforce

Bonnie Parks

Executive Director

Senior Worker Advocate Office

Employment Development Department

california s future
California’s Future
  • Tight labor market
  • An aging population
  • More women working
  • Major ethnic shifts
  • Culturally diverse
government challenges
Government Challenges
  • Redesign Employment Models
    • Jobs and careers
    • Benefits
    • Training
    • Organization culture
issues for government
Issues for Government
  • Scarce labor
  • Recruitment, training, benefit costs
  • Labor retention
  • Span generation/culture gaps
employment models
Employment Models
  • Old
    • Plentiful labor, mostly male, under 40, similar culture
    • Hire and train under 45 years of age
    • Assign job based on traditional career paths
    • Retire at age 55-62
employment models11
Employment Models
  • New
    • Scarce labor, more women, over age 40, diverse culture
    • Hire and train based on ability to do job
    • Assign job based on skill sets and job needs
    • Retire when desired or necessary
state best practices
State Best Practices

Parks and Recreation

  • Partner with California Conservation Corp.
  • Corpsmember Transition Candidate Program

Department of Mental Health

  • Psychiatric Technician certification
state best practices13
State Best Practices

Employment Development Department

  • Student Interns
  • School to Career
  • Senior Mentoring
best practices
Best Practices
  • Adjust jobs and careers
    • Facilitate career development and job change
    • Provide flexible working conditions
    • Support creative job solutions
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Best Practices
  • Retain and retrain employees
    • Continuous learning
    • Equal access to training
    • Adapt training to learning styles
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Best Practices
  • Span generational and cultural gaps
    • Adjust company culture
    • Provide diversity training
    • Support skill mentors
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Best Practices
  • Redesign benefits
    • Wellness and prevention programs
    • Dependent care
summary
Summary

America’s labor force is changing and

government must adapt to succeed.