Among the top 10 predictors of federal job satisfaction are whether supervisors promote employee health and safety, instill trust and confidence in their workers, help employees achieve professional goals, and encourage work-life balance.
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Using employee personas — models to represent different groups of employees — can help define how various employees impact and support organizational goals, values and needs.
Zero trust would combat two of today’s greatest security challenges: increased endpoints driven by telework and the misuse of privileged credentials.
We know that employee engagement is important, yet it still falls through the cracks in our workdays. There are two common challenges for our clients and within our own business.
To all you public servants out there, what you do matters. What you say matters. You matter. Not just as a sworn officer of the federal government, but as an individual person. You are not a cog.
It is now time to make sure you understand how your retirement accounts function in the distribution phase so that you can maximize your income streams as you begin withdrawing on your savings.
Choosing a Survivor Benefit: Taking Care of the Ones You Love While no one likes to contemplate their own death, making sure that your family will be provided for after your passing is an important part of retirement planning. Private-sector employees generally just apply for and buy life insurance and move on, but as aRead… Read more »
The newly-released President Barrack Obama’s Administration’s Fiscal Year 2017 Federal Budget Proposal includes the 1.6% federal employee pay raise and six weeks of fully paid parental leave for federal employees, among others.
Obama has laid out some new regulations that would require every big enterprise to report the incomes of employees based on ethnicity, gender and race.
According to the Partnership for Public Service’s recent Employee Engagement Survey, employees give their federal agencies failing marks. A dismal 39 percent of federal employees think they can actually attract the right people to their jobs. The survey is based off of the Office of Personnel Management (OPM’s) Federal Viewpoint Survey, which measures if fedsRead… Read more »