Millennials can add a new perspective to the federal workforce, so it is important for agencies to incorporate millennials in government. See which agencies have been the best at recruiting and employing millennial talent.
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The rapid pace of business, coupled with the changing workforce and modern technology have created a new imperative for recruitment. Traditional recruitment methods, such as websites and online applications, are no longer sufficient. Government agencies have to adapt to new recruitment methods to keep pace with these changes and build their future workforce.
The glass ceiling remains impenetrable for the majority of women in the Federal service. The SES continues to be dominated by men.
It excites me that there are some activities happening to open the doors for more fellow women veterans to enter the Federal workforce however it should not stop there. Let us approach this in a way to keep the doors open to move up the career ladder.
I stumbled into the federal government by accident. When I quit swimming after my sophomore year of college, I waited tables to help pay tuition. As my senior year progressed, I realized I needed to gain some accounting experience. A local tax preparer called and asked my roommate if she was interested in a job…. Read more »
Equal employment opportunity (EEO) has always been a cornerstone of the federal civil service. The government prides itself on striving to be a model employer and setting an example for the private sector. Many government agencies have a positive record of achievement on EEO issues and fostering work environments which are diverse, fair, inclusive and… Read more »
Here’s a FABULOUS ARTICLE for future Govies! Reprint of an article on LinkedIn by Elizabeth A. Medina I’ve been trying to get into Civil Service ever since I left my campus work study job as a Biology and Chemistry lab assistant 14 years ago. Obviously, all that changed less than a month ago and I… Read more »
Did you know that relatliation in the federal workplace is the most frequently alleged basis of discrimination complaints government-wide? Check out the latest “Digest of EEO Law” which includes a special article, Retaliation: An Evolving Area of Law. EEOC Press Release 03/27/14 New ‘Digest of EEO Law’ Issued by EEOCQuarterly Edition Includes Variety of Key… Read more »
Federal employees have many concerns on their plate in terms of Congress and the federal budget, including: What will happen with federal pay in 2015 following the 1% increases in 2014? Will Congress pass a debt limit increase? How will the president’s State of the Union promise to use more Executive Orders play out? Ken… Read more »
I am at a local library as I am typing this. It has been a long, long haul people. I have been unemployed 30+ months, and I have cut my Internet and TV off to help me survive. I worked very hard this summer and grew nearly all of my own food and canned. It… Read more »