COVID-19 changes the way we work by challenging our organizational cultures. Is your culture thick or thin, and how you can improve it?
The pandemic forced many white-collar jobs out of offices and into basements, kitchens and bedrooms. But as the pandemic has evolved, numerous tech firms have decided to fully embrace having their employees work from home – some of them permanently.
When employees feel truly appreciated for what they do and who they are, disruption and resistance to change can be reduced significantly.
Navigating funding as a grantee or recipient does not come without its challenges. Learn the proper terminology and primary challenges for grantees in government grants management.
There is no one in the world that is on 100%, 24/7, 365. Here are a few tips to stay get motivated. Make your checklist, unplug or jam out, and continue to serve your community!
For expectant moms searching for info, the Office of Personnel Management website offers little help. Not sure where to start? These tips can help.
Historically, diversity programs have been part of the effort to curb anti-Black racism in the workplace since 1964. But they can’t be standalone programs anymore.
In government, there tends to be more data than agencies think to leverage. A case in point — emails.
Caring for employees – particularly those you count on, value and want to keep – is critical to putting your organization on the path forward.
A technology-centric approach to cybersecurity is essential, but not sufficient. The nation’s recent history of data breaches, many of which began with phishing attacks, suggests that agencies need to take a people-centric approach as well.