The pandemic and its repercussions have magnified the importance of mental health. The crisis has accelerated a work-from-anywhere environment, as well as the need to help isolated, distributed employees stay mentally healthy.
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Like most things, working from home has pros and cons. Employees might get to sleep a little longer or get back hours of their commute time. But they also face new security threats in their home IT environments.
Agencies are running with the wrenches thrown at them by modernizing how they recruit and hire talent during the pandemic.
At GovLoop’s online training Wednesday, Digital Metrics Lead for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) shared how the agency responded online to communicate COVID-19 information to the public.
While the Library of Congress offers resources for learners around the country, it has also been maintaining and creating new efforts to keep its workforce building their skills.
The director of human resources at a local public health department shared her stories around upskilling employees and pivoting to virtual trainings during COVID-19.
Imposter syndrome is a lot like Rumpelstiltskin — a little man that threatens you into submission until you name him. Here are some strategies to overcome imposter syndrome.
If pandemic-induced telework has proven anything, it’s that civil servants can up their digital skills when they need to. They just need the right incentive and the right kind of agency support.
Under extraordinary circumstances of stress, conflict at work is inevitable. Here are some strategies to navigate difficult conversations.
A data unicorn is a mathematician, data scientist and storyteller — someone who is mathematically strong, technically learned and narratively inclined. It’s exceedingly rare to come across them.