Millennials. Not a day goes by that someone doesn’t say something about the millennial generation, and that something is usually tinged with disdain. While we’ve been spending our time focusing on this generation that are now between ages 23 and 38, we’ve been pretty much blind to what’s coming next. The next named generation isRead… Read more »
Welcome to GovLoop’s latest edition of our exciting federal employment opportunities roundup for the week of June 14, 2019 on USAJobs.
Human resources departments on the state and local levels face the challenges of acquiring talent and driving engagement across agencies. Karen Niparko is the chief HR executive for the city and county of Denver, Colorado, and she talked to GovLoop about factors that facilitate her role in HR.
Every employee is a link in a chain of business activities which produce or provide a product or service. Employers who educate their workforce in process and systems find greater effectiveness and efficiency.
New technology is changing the way that HR professionals do their job, but human values and connection are still the most important part of the workplace.
No matter what is going on around you, you control your inner environment and how you choose to respond to external events and situations.
Discussing frustrations does not have to be unproductive. Here is a process that can help you turn a discussion about frustrations into a plan for change.
Welcome to GovLoop’s latest edition of our exciting federal employment opportunities roundup for the week of May 31, 2019 on USAJobs.
The nature of federal work is changing, and OPM wants to ensure that agencies can adequately equip federal workers to adapt.
Agencies need to improve their hiring process and how they retain employees. New policy recommendations offer practical ways to affect change.