Managers who seek to create a more fair, inclusive, and balanced organization can start by trying these seven practices.
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Managers who seek to create a more fair, inclusive and balanced organization can start by trying these practices, which include thoughtful delegation.
Well, not the entire Senate, yet. Ben Cardin (D-MD) and Brian Schatz (D-HI) recently introduced a bill called the Federal Adjustment of Income Rates (FAIR) which would give federal employees a 3.3 percent pay raise in 2015. The proposed pay raise is welcomed news for Federal employees. Federal employees have endured a lot over theRead… Read more »
Our Fall Cleared Job Fair schedule: Sept 5 – Springfield, Va Oct 1 – Tysons Corner, Va Oct 24 – BWI, Md Nov 21, – Crystal City, Va 98% of Cleared Job Seekers Recommend Cleared Job Fairs We survey the job seekers who attend Cleared Job Fairs in an effort to continually improve customer serviceRead… Read more »
We caught up with Captain Eric Jacksonat the recent Cleared Job Fair in Springfield, VA. Eric is an Information Systems Manager for the Army and he’s seeking a position in the network defense and security area in the Northern VA to DC part of the metro area. Eric met with SAIC, ManTech, URS, HP andRead… Read more »
Have you been wondering if attending a job fair is worth your time? Or worse, have you been to one and felt it was useless? Job Fairs have a place in your job search plan – but only if you know how to work them effectively. And far too many attendees do not, they justRead… Read more »
Yesterday in Washington, President Obama hosted the second annual White House Science Fair. Video of his comments is embedded below, along with a storify of exhibits and students from the day. “The young people I met today, the young people behind me — you guys inspire me. It’s young people like you that make meRead… Read more »
Social media is now a common means of communicating, doing business and supporting career search and development. But as with everything there is a huge divide between those who adopted technology early and most of the rest of us. I was reminded on a recent family visit that there is still healthy skepticism, suspicion andRead… Read more »
Since I didn’t want to post three new (short) posts in succession, I figured I would lump these together. Anyway most of you are probably either in DC already or in various stages of arrival, so I want to keep this brief and to the point. First, of course, there is the job fair. ARead… Read more »
A number of you have been speculating about what would happen if Congress and the President cannot work out an agreeable budget for the rest of the fiscal year and annual appropriations lapse. Specifically, you have been wondering about the status of this year’s PMF job fair. Today, OPM has released some information that youRead… Read more »