What’s the right number of applications? 100? 10? Or somewhere in between?
Don’t get so caught up in what the dreamy future may be that you don’t take the first steps towards that future!
Three keys can help you make sure your next recognition program is effective and efficient.
To remain in a job that brings you no pleasure or a sense of accomplishment, at the end of the day, is a choice. There is no obstacle too great when the rewards are worth the sacrifices made to achieve them.
The silo effect is something we have all probably felt within our organizations, but we can also feel it within the communities we work in. Joining a nonprofit board is a strategic and beneficial way to bridge that gap and improve connectivity.
In the world of government, we have many common threats to face. Though it may be possible to withstand them on our own, we make ourselves much mightier when we band together and tackle them as a team.
What’s your public service story? What unique experiences and insight can you share with someone new to government or your peers? A fulfilling way to share your story is at this year’s Next Generation of Government Training Summit, taking place August 1-2 in Washington, D.C. The NextGen speaker contest was created to help you find… Read more »
I will not be participating in the FEVS this year. I have enough disengagement drivers already in my workplace.
By approaching networking with mindset of getting to know people and building a connection with them, it becomes easier to tap into your network when looking for a new career opportunity.
The EVS survey analysis claims that there have been major gains made in employee satisfaction experiences, but the reality is that it is not okay for almost half of federal employees reporting they can not find better job opportunities.