Welcome to the latest edition of GovLoop’s exciting federal employment opportunities roundup for the week of April 10, 2020.
While you are at home trying to work, there are two character traits that will make it a little more bearable: being adaptable, and being available.
Now, more than ever, government leaders and essential personnel need to find a way to relieve stress when work follows you everywhere you go.
This is my second week working from home due to COVID-19. I would like to discuss four challenges I have faced and how I have faced them head-on.
The challenge of “unbusying” is harder than ever for some now. Here are some ideas to combat feeling like you don’t have enough time in the day.
With the COVID-19 pandemic forcing many office workers to telework, it’s time to explain virtual meeting rules of engagement, along with a few helpful tips.
Adding value to an organization after 40+ years of continuous employment is achievable. As a resourceful and intuitive program analyst, my peers often look to my insights with “problem-solving.” I personally attribute my “value-added” work culture to the following 2 reasons: my determination coupled with my energy for project completion. As I soon close thisRead… Read more »
I wanted to share this story for you women and men who are at a time in your life where you aren’t happy and you can’t quite see the light at the end of the tunnel.
GovLoop highlights some of the more interesting and exciting opportunities available on USAJobs.com in a blog post each week.
In the midst of a global health pandemic, we are seeing many good and some “not-so-good” leadership examples in business, government, and communities. Consider the Five “Y’s.” Ask yourself, who is worthy of your assessed designation as a leader?