If you have chosen a career in the federal government, it is never too early to learn the EEO complaint filing basics.
Well, in the event you’ve been living under a rock for the past year, Fortnite is basically the Hunger Games meets Call of Duty but in a totally quirky, non-gory and animated way. But it can give us some good workplace lessons.
Last year, only 24 percent government workers were between the ages of 20 and 35. Attract young talent by championing these four millennial-approved values.
Any employee, regardless of their position, has the potential to be a leader within their organization.
The turning of the seasons is a natural time to reflect, to think about where we are in our journey and where we’d like to go.
The Office of Personnel Management wants to make it easier for users of its flagship website USAJobs.gov to find career information, search for developmental opportunities across government and use their online profiles as dynamic, digital resumes.
Here are some of our lessons learned that you could use to prepare your own municipal fellowship program for its next set of innovators.
Conflict is inevitable. The good news is that it doesn’t have to end in disaster.
Two CIOs from state and local government will discuss and compare challenges at the State and Local Virtual Summit on Wednesday, 9/19.
There are those out there that say everyone should learn to code. There are others that say don’t learn to code. There is also a movement known as Low-Code/No-Code. The truth is somewhere in the middle.