The Nation's Governors Say "Thank You" to State Employees
Many of the nation's Governors took time to say "Thank you" to state employees around the country who are supporting their states and communities during this challenging time.
NASPE supports and appreciates the efforts and sacrifice of state government employees across the country. Click below to see the video.

Production support provided by NASPE corporate partner NEOGOV.

 


Check out our series. Hear from former state government HR directors on their biggest surprises, leadership secrets and the value of NASPE.

Podcast 2: "Social work to transforming HR" - Joyce Oreskovich, Director of Human Resources in Maine (Retired). Hear about Joyce's commitment to the public sector, a detour to law school, and, finally, a surprising turn as HR Director for the State of Maine. This podcast is full of great stories filled with Joyce's grit and spunk.

Podcast 1: "It's about service and relationships" - Rebecca Hunter, Former Commissioner, Tennessee Department of Human Resources. Hunter served as commissioner from 2010-2018 and led the state through significant civil service reform - which has been used as a model for many states and localities across the country.

Thanks to our partner CPS HR Consulting for sponsoring this effort.

 

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How is your state celebrating State Employee Recognition Day in 2020?

2020 has challenged us.  2020 has tested us.  

However, one thing we can be very proud of is the commitment of state employees around the country as they work through these difficult times to support the people of their respective states.

How are you recognizing the outstanding efforts of your state’s employees? Gubernatorial proclamation? A thank you message from agency heads? Virtual awards ceremonies?

Are you celebrating on NASPE’s (rescheduled) State Employee Recognition Day on September 30? Did your state celebrate during the original date in May? Do you celebrate other times of the year? Share your plans or previous celebration activities with us so that we may share with our member states. Also, please visit our SERD web page for ideas from states in previous years.