While I am convinced that there are more people with good intentions than bad, here are four strategies to keep in mind when you’re feeling emotionally taxed at work
Living at home with mom and dad is the new norm but definitely has its pros and cons. Learn how you can make the most of it.
Added to your fiscal year end stress is the looming presidential transition. If you’re a fed, you’re probably in panic mode just hearing those two phrases. But what if we were to tell you it’s possible to keep a level head at work and not let stress overcome you during this time of year? It’s… Read more »
Personality assessments are great tools in a variety of situations.
The stories of federal government employees and what they accomplish will amaze and inspire you. Every story could be its own miniseries.
Fellowships aren’t just for the recently graduated or those still pursuing a degree. Current federal employees have a chance to compete for a fellowship either within or outside of their agency, all with an aim of building a better public workforce.
Most of our nation’s public servants go unnoticed as they shape and change lives through their day to day jobs. Fortunately, the SAMMIES are here to recognize the best of the best in the federal government, giving them the recognition they deserve.
Have you ever been in a situation where you know you were either giving or receiving bad feedback? Fortunately, there are a few easy steps to improve your feedback game and make the next time you give or receive feedback a more valuable experience.
Working from home is a major benefit, but if you don’t have the right set up, it can be a major pain.
According to the Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey, 65 percent of employees said they are engaged at their workplace, compared with 64 percent last year. Even the Department of Homeland Security saw improved engagement scores after six straight years on the decline.