OpenSesame for Government

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Recruit and Retain a Next-Generation Government Workforce Many public sector organizations struggle to attract new talent—especially those with much needed 21st-century digital skills. In a highly competitive talent market, skilled workers often choose the private sector due to perks and flexibility, professional development programs, and earnings potential. With new skills in high demand, many government agencies are turning to training to bolster their benefits package to attract new recruits, reskill and upskill current employees to improve retention, and create an efficient, compliant, and future-proof organization. Expert Course Curation We curate the right blend of courses so you don't have to. Every decision is based on insights, data and metrics gathered from the hundreds of organizations we work with. Most Comprehensive Catalog OpenSesame is constantly evolving. We offer the world's most complete catalog of training content — with courses in 18 languages, many mobile ready. Engaging Formats Choose from training content in a variety of formats to fit how your workforce prefers to learn — short, microlearning, long, quizzes, certifications, simulation- based scenarios, worksheets and more. ROI with OpenSesame 98% of surveyed organizations realized a return on their investment in OpenSesame in 2 years or less. Source: TechValidate survey What skill sets are most needed in new hires in State and Local governments? 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% Analytical/ critical thinking Interpersonal Management Technology Written communications Data management/data analysis Public speaking/presentations Finance Social media Language (other than English) Don't know 74% 68% 49% 47% 44% 32% 13% 12% 10% 8% 5% Within a few short weeks, nearly 70% of the workforce had enrolled in at least one course. The average is over 46 courses per learner, with a 91% completion rate." Melissa King Training & Development Administrator, Comptroller of Maryland 98

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