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Innovating and Evolving in a Post-Pandemic World: Exploring the Role of a Chief Administrative Officer
Wednesday, September 29, 2021 | 2:00 PM ET

As state governments pivoted to meet the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic, CAOs were at the core of their innovative responses. Given their operational expertise, CAOs played—and will continue to play—a key role in driving lasting change through transformational leadership. Organizations have experienced the benefits of taking bold steps and accepting greater risk to implement new ways of working and delivering services that both meet constituent needs and incorporate newly examined diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) policies. Join NASCA for this national workshop to deliberate, compare, and apply the recent innovation survey results of NASCA members.

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Employer paid time off has long been a benefit to workers in most industries. In the public sector, however, many policies and practices are outdated and vulnerable to unexpected costs and liabilities. For example, many state governments still allow the accumulation of paid time off with little to no cap. This can result in often large payouts upon retirement or resignation. States and localities are beginning to take a close look at their policies and practices to determine a balance between what is best for the budget and what is best for the employee. Data visibility and transparency is just a start to addressing these issues. In this national webinar, you will hear from a panel of experts on issues and best practices around sound leave management policies and practice implications.

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