One of things we enjoy discussing on this blog are the success stories of our employees. Since October is National Disability Employment Awareness Month, it’s perfect time to introduce you to Darryl Eaton. Darryl’s story is just one example of the great things that happen when we celebrate the abilities of all employees.
For nearly 24 years, I have enjoyed a thriving career with the IRS. After completing my…Continue
Eric Erickson is writing Recruitment 411 for Julie this summer. When not working in the IRS Recruitment Office, he spends his time waiting for the January premiere of the third season of ‘Downton Abbey’ on PBS.
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They say everything is…Continue
A quick Google search will turn up…Continue
This summer, Julie's colleague Eric Erickson is writing the 'Recruitment 411' blog posts. Eric has worked for the federal government in Atlanta since 2002 -- he's held several different positions, each in communications.
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My 92-year old grandfather passed away a couple weeks ago. Along…Continue
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For the month of July, Eric Erickson will be taking over this blog from Julie. Eric is a communications colleague of Julie’s from the IRS Recruitment office.
In the last…Continue
Today’s guest blogger is Steve Mindel, IRS recruiter for Illinois and Wisconsin.
Over the past several months, I have been taking advantage of virtual recruitment resources. These tools have…Continue
Today’s guest blogger is…Continue
All the information you could ever want about an IRS career is now at your fingertips. This week we launched the long-awaited mobile version of the careers website.
If you’re curious about just what…Continue
This is the fifth and final part of our series exploring views on life as a govie from a few of our interns.
Internships are usually a required part of today’s…Continue
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This is the fourth part of our series exploring a few of our interns’ views on life as a govie.
Let’s be honest, these days telling people you work for the government can…Continue
This is the third part of our series exploring a few of our interns’ views on life as a govie.
We’ve all been in those training classes where the instructor challenges…Continue
This is the second part of our series exploring a few of our interns’ views on life as a govie.
For most of us, from the time we apply for a job, we begin to imagine what it would be…Continue
Added by Chris IRS Recruiter on March 15, 2012 at 8:00am — No Comments
Every year the IRS manages to land some interns who rock. Some are only with us for a few months and then move on. Others start out as interns and join us full-time after graduation. No matter how long they’re here, they always seem to have interesting and sometimes amusing observations of what it’s like to be a…Continue
Here in Govloop – and in the world of recruitment – we talk lot about rocking your résumé and writing creative cover letters. With good reason, because these are essential elements needed to grab the attention of potential employers.Continue
A colleague recently sent me an article about how color impacts other people’s perceptions of you when it comes to your work wardrobe. You know that saying; “Don’t judge a book by its cover?” I’m glad I didn’t judge this…Continue
Earlier this week, I was reading one of the many online newsletters I peruse regularly. It felt a little like I was reading the same stories over and over. Every year at this time we are bombarded with articles about the year in review, lists of newsmakers and game changers along with reminders of notable events and activities from the past 12 months. I thought I would scream if I read one more story featuring reflections of 2011 or thoughts about what 2012 might…Continue
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There are rules of etiquette for every social situation, from dining to business meetings – and even dining during business meetings. Most of these rules have been around for a while and they are just an accepted part of social interaction.
There is a whole other set of rules and guidelines that falls under the umbrella of communications etiquette. To that end, there’s one aspect of our communications culture which is still…Continue