Posts Tagged: federal workplace

Three Surprises about the Federal Workforce

This week I’m attending Federally Employed Women’s National Training Program in New Orleans.  The conference offers a myriad of training and development opportunities, but I decided to start off my day with an overview of “What All Feds need to Know about the Workforce.” The presenter, Jamie Neidig, Practice Director for Human Resources and Human Capital… Read more »

How to Reap the Benefits of a Diverse Workforce

Ever felt left out at work, like you didn’t fit in with your coworkers in some way or another? If you work in the public sector, you are not the only one who’s had that experience. According to a survey conducted by Monster Government Solutions, 71 percent of federal workers report feeling misunderstood at work… Read more »

Retaliation is Leading EEO Complaint & Evolving Area of Employment Law

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 »