Welcome to the latest edition of GovLoop’s exciting federal employment opportunities roundup for the week of November 20, 2020.
The election is over, but the stress surrounding it is still real. Here are some ways that can help you recoup and recover.
We can compare our view of life to a camera lens. What can we do to expand that lens and re-assess our view of what’s really going on?
As government agencies move more sensitive workloads to the cloud, they also need to achieve security and compliance requirements.
Agencies that prioritize a culture of continuous learning, emotional intelligence and modern hiring practices are in the best position to adapt and excel.
In our new COVID world, you may need to speak virtually. Here are some ways that can help you prepare and develop effective content.
During the recent GovLoop online training “Empathy in the Workplace,” Managing Editor Nicole Blake Johnson and Senior Digital Marketing Manager Leah Anderson discussed with moderator Emily Jarvis the importance of empathy.
Maintaining election integrity isn’t easy, but it’s work that could change the outcome of this election and the future of our governmental institutions.
While the Library of Congress offers resources for learners around the country, it has also been maintaining and creating new efforts to keep its workforce building their skills.
If pandemic-induced telework has proven anything, it’s that civil servants can up their digital skills when they need to. They just need the right incentive and the right kind of agency support.