So, how can you tell if you’re treating another female coworker unfairly? Well, it’s not exactly easy to pinpoint micro aggressions, but it’s important to try, and GovFem is here to help.
Posts By Korey Lane
To maintain a healthy work environment, it’s essential to find balance between the conveniences of today’s technology and good, old-fashioned face-to-face conversations.
Many agencies are trying to give employees a platform to take on new roles and expand their spheres of influence. Mentor relationships are one option.
Let’s face it: sexism is real. There have been studies, research, personal accounts, and you might’ve experienced it for yourself firsthand. As a woman in the workforce, dealing with everyday sexism can be hard; whether it be subtle comments directed towards you, or being expected to do the office housework. But, while our society mayRead… Read more »
Successfully onboarding a group of new-hires isn’t easy, and keeping the onboarding consistent for all employees is an even bigger challenge. Here are some tips to ensure a smooth process.
The term coaching may not be what comes to mind when you think of a career in government, but having coaches at every level of your career is an asset.
It’s starting to get to that time where reflection of the past year becomes a daily habit. We think about what went well, the mistakes we made, and what we could do better in the next year. And while there were a lot of downfalls this last year, there were also a lot of improvementsRead… Read more »
Looking towards 2017 as well, government employees will have to buckle down and keep up the good work.
So maybe this time of not working isn’t your ideal situation, it’s still not the worst thing in the world. This is a great time for you to rediscover yourself and what you want to do with your life, and take the time to make yourself happy.
While a new year can bring about hope for change in many government happenings, there are still open ends from 2016 that will need to be refocused on in this next year.