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Fors Marsh Group Wins NLRB Contract to Create Career Development Program

The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) recently awarded Fors Marsh Group (FMG) a contract to improve employee job performance, accelerate organizational success, and address federal training requirements by developing a new career development program. This program will provide the NLRB with an important resource to empower its employees’ career development and improve organizational operations by aligning employee training and development efforts with the NLRB’s mission, goals, and objectives.

“Creating a structured career development program is critical for organizations to achieve sustained success,” said Dr. Bill Walton, Director of Personnel and Development, FMG. “This program will enable individual employees to manage their careers and seek developmental opportunities, as well as empower managers at NLRB to identify, plan, and provide resources to their staff. We look forward to creating a program for the NLRB that makes it possible for all members of the organization to develop in their careers and contribute to the overall success of the organization.”

For the NLRB, FMG will conduct a needs analysis to identify performance requirements and competencies needed to achieve the agency mission.

“Leveraging the results of the needs assessment, Fors Marsh Group will create a career development program that aligns agency and individual learning needs, establishes competency models for job series, creates development tracks, and provides a means for evaluation and future improvement,” said John Low, Vice President of Human Capital, FMG.

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Andy Blenkle

Andy Blenkle

Andy Blenkle is a marketing executive with extensive advertising experience supporting non-profits and federal organizations. At FMG, Andy serves as Vice President, focused on supporting client marketing campaigns and business development and partnership efforts. In his executive-level experience, Andy has served as President of iostudio, a Nashville-based digital marketing firm, and ...

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