Federally Employed Women is a nonprofit advocacy group dedicated to women employed by the federal government. Here’s what the future looks like for them.
Millennials are taking over the workforce, so organizations need to know what makes them tick. Here are six things that millennials hate about office culture.
Personality assessments are meant to explore options, not wall them off. What Jungian archetypes can be used for is insights into ourselves and those around us, as long as we don’t become dogmatic about them.
Peer learning can be a great addition to current training programs. Learn the benefits and tools to get started on developing your own!
Contrary to popular belief, the federal government is not a monolithic mass. Rather, federal organizations differ from one another almost as much as do private organizations—each distinguished by its own culture, work environment, budgetary and IT resources and varied factors that influence how quickly employees ascend the career ladder. Even agencies and offices within the… Read more »
It’s something every federal government worker has likely contemplated: “Should I stay with the government or try the private sector?” It’s up to you.
Here are some practical steps we found are necessary when a person works in a truly toxic workplace.
In a recent online training, panelists explained how public servants can secure the next step in their government career.
People tend to make assumptions about how gender disparities in the tech industry came about. In this post, we’ll shed some light on a few common misconceptions.
We are already more than half-way through the performance year. Now is this time to start thinking about annual accomplishment reports. Are you ready?