GovLoop polled its readers for their thoughts on “quiet quitting” and “quiet firing” — what they are, what causes those circumstances, what agencies can do to make things better and whether those situations even exist. The survey results were intriguing, and said a lot about the role managers play.
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Diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility (DEIA) improve engagement and innovation, and help attract and retain employees.
Flexible Spending Accounts help reduce your taxes while paying for health and dependent care.
The Department of Homeland Security launched an effort last year to streamline its hiring of cybersecurity talent and bridge the gap between public and private sector cyber salaries. Where do things stand one year later? And why are Federal cybersecurity staff so predominantly white and male?
An FSA can help you cope with the costs of health care, child care, and elder care.
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Workforce transformation expert Mika Cross identifies common challenges around hidden bias and equity issues in remote and hybrid teams.
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Unhappy government employees may struggle to happily provide government services. But using feedback from OPM’s annual Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey (FEVS), agency leaders can better gauge their employees’ needs and concerns, and work to improve the organization accordingly. That can make a world of difference.