Expected cuts to Federal budgets in the coming year are likely to have a dramatic impact on Federal program and labor dollars. Even though specific cuts are yet to be determined by Congress, OMB Memorandum M-17-22 requires agencies to make difficult choices by evaluating programs and potentially reducing staff.
Join ICF’s RIF experts, Jeff Neal and Debra Tomchek, for a one-day Mechanics of Reduction In Force (RIF) workshop. Learn the critical skills to ensure that your agency can run a “clean” RIF that does not result in lost grievances, appeals, complaints, or arbitrations.
What are the Learning Outcomes of Mechanics of RIF Workshop?
We'll show you a step-by-step process for conducting a RIF and then apply your new knowledge to a realistic case study in which you will run a mock RIF.
Who should attend the Workshop?
The target audience for the Workshop is federal employees, primarily oriented towards federal Human Resource specialists and leaders, including staffing, classification, and Employee/Labor Relations specialists. Federal attorneys who specialize in personnel law and Equal Employment Opportunity Specialists may also be interested. Members of the federal workforce may also wish to participate, although much of the content presupposes in-depth skills and knowledge of the federal HR system.
What are the Details?
|Tuesday, September 19||8:30am-4:30pm||1725 I Street N.W. Washington, Washington, DC 20006||$549|
If you have questions about the Workshop or the registration process, please call us at (703) 272-0021 or email us at RIFWorkshop@icf.com. We welcome your inquiries.
Jeff has extensive federal HR and IT experience, including 13 years in the Senior Executive Service. He led HR for the Defense Logistics Agency, doing work cited by the Partnership for Public Service as a model for federal HR, and at the Department of Homeland Security. Jeff’s blog, ChiefHRO.com covers Federal HR and management matters.
Debra Tomchek has more than 39 years of experience in Federal human resources and human capital management, and more than 15 years of experience as a Federal Senior Executive. In her last Federal assignment at the Department of Homeland Security, she and her team led cyber workforce planning, analysis, and competency design for the DHS cyber workforce.
Dr. Christina Curnow is the director of ICF's Workforce Research Center. Dr. Curnow has more than 15 years of experience conducting research and evaluations related to workforce issues, and she uses this expertise to provide organizations with actionable, innovative, and data-driven solutions to their workforce challenges. Specifically, she has experience related to training (live and virtual) research and evaluation, test development and validation competency model development and job analysis, and performance measurement and assessment of individual differences. In this capacity, she has worked with U.S. federal agencies, the U.S. military, state governments, and local governments.