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By Institute of Medicine, Board on Health Sciences Policy, Committee on Department of Homeland Security Workforce Resilience

ISBN-10: 0309289467

ISBN-13: 9780309289467

The duties of the dep. of native land safeguard (DHS) diversity from combating international and household terrorist assaults; securing the nation's borders; safeguarding transportation structures; responding to normal mess ups; nuclear detection; and extra. Created in 2002 from a merger that speedily included elements of 8 cupboard departments and 22 executive organisations, DHS has struggled to combine its various parts and their distinct cultures. whereas DHS is especially complete at acting its many missions, the character of the DHS paintings atmosphere is inherently demanding, and staff be afflicted by low morale.

A prepared and Resilient group for the dept of fatherland defense: conserving America's entrance Line studies present crew resilience efforts, identifies gaps, and offers suggestions for a 5-year technique to increase DHSTogether, the present DHS team resilience software. This record stresses the significance of sturdy management, verbal exchange, dimension, and review within the association and recommends content material for a 5-year plan that would advertise centralized strategic course and source funding to enhance readiness and resilience on the division.

While all DHS part enterprises proportion a standard challenge, every one have precise roles with diverse stressors hooked up, making implementation of an organization-wide resilience or well being software tricky. The concepts of A prepared and Resilient crew for the dept of fatherland Security define how DHS can concentration its efforts on making a universal tradition of group readiness and resilience, whereas spotting the targeted, proud, celebrated cultures of its part businesses.

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All rights reserved. A Ready and Resilient Workforce for the Department of Homeland Security: Protecting America's Front Line INTRODUCTION AND BACKGROUND 33 ADDRESSING THE STATEMENT OF TASK What we learned in Homeland Security is that people matter, one at a time. What’s our homeland model for our workforce and resilience? It begins with individuals that are informed, well-trained, wellled, [and] properly supported. They know what’s expected of them every day and they have the tools to do it. —Former Deputy Secretary Jane Holl Lute (2013) The IOM Committee on Department of Homeland Security Workforce Resilience was asked to provide guidance on improving the resilience of the DHS workforce in accordance with its statement of task (Box 1-1).

All rights reserved. 5 In 2012, the DHS resignation average was 3 percent. Table 1-2 includes DHS component agency attrition rates for 2012. 6 percent of the 15,570 new hires separated from DHS in less than 2 years; 72 percent of DHS executives left during 2003–2007 (Davidson, 2010; Partnership for Public Service and Booz Allen Hamilton, 2010). Throughout the federal government, 22 percent (6,080) of federal employees who resigned had less than 1 year of federal service, and 69 percent (18,839) who resigned had less than 5 years of federal service.

All rights reserved. 9 percent of employees plan to leave DHS in the next year (4 percent plan to retire), convey the importance of improving efforts to retain staff to protect institutional memory and save costs (OPM, 2012). It is a more efficient use of funds to retain an employee in whom an organization has invested time and money during the onboarding process (recruitment, training). The cost of employee turnover can be substantial in both real monetary costs (time taken for recruitment, training, and replacement) and indirect costs (loss of productivity, unnecessary overtime by other employees, and low morale).

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