Jargon and acronyms have their place within professions. Just remember to keep them in their place when communicating with those outside your profession.
Some may think the workplace would be better with increased promotion opportunities, better leave policy, frequent breaks, or change in management. But very seldom do we think of how to improve the workplace through our interactions with colleagues. Here are some ways to do just that.
Welcome to GovLoop’s latest edition of our exciting federal employment opportunities roundup for the week of July 12, 2019 on USAJobs.
For millennials, we tend to fall into a cycle of ambition where we rebel against settling for a ‘job’ to avoid career compromise.
Nextgen 2019 is going to be an incredible two days of learning and growing for all attendees—so get grab some coworkers and get registered!
Employee viewpoint surveys provide opportunities to give open and honest feedback to leadership. Getting more employees to participate in a survey is not as simple as it seems. Here are some survey tips on what matters most to employees.
Reframing anxiety as excitement leads to much better outcomes when faced with a task like a presentation or performance.
The only person we should truly be in competition with at the workplace is ourself.
Read on to meet these contributors for GovLoop who will be posting once a week for the next three months. They bring a variety of government experience ranging from engagement and retention to state and local HR to diversity and leadership management.
What are your 4th of July plans? Mine include festivals, barbecues, fireworks, and catching up on some reading, the latter of which will probably be the easiest given the forecast. Whether you’ll be spending your weekend inside or outside, there are some great books to consider picking up that can offer some inspiration to takeRead… Read more »