Federal Employed Women (FEW) is hosting a conference this year aligned with its mission of promoting women’s equality in the federal workforce. Now in its 50th year, the organization continues to advocate for the rights of women through trainings and events.
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Powering up your government career means knowing you own your career journey and taking charge of it. Using the 5Ps can help you get to where you want.
Do you know how Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) fits into your responsibilities as a federal manager? If not, here are 10 things you must know.
GovLoop had the opportunity to sit down with the National President to hear about FEW’s 50 year legacy and thoughts on the future.
There’s no shortage of advice and articles detailing how you can be more assertive as a woman in the workplace. Learn these tips from FEW.
Federally Employed Women is a nonprofit advocacy group dedicated to women employed by the federal government. Here’s what the future looks like for them.
FEW has worked to ensure federal agencies do not discriminate against their female employees since starting nearly five decades ago.
While there are protections in place, discrimination in the federal workforce continues to be a major issue. Thankfully, organizations like FEW work to prevent non-compliance and help women and minorities attain equal opportunities.
It’s been a few years since burning bras and the women’s rights movement, but women still face inequality issues. Whether it’s the glass ceiling or unequal pay, women are subjected to certain gender-based moves in the workplace. And organizations like Federally Employed Women (FEW) strive to combat this type of gender-discrimination within federal agencies. ChrisRead… Read more »
Are working women better off in the public sector or the private sector? A new report by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) identifies and examines six major obstacles hindering equal opportunities for women in the federal workforce, in addition to highlighting stakeholder recommendations. The good news for Uncle Sam is that working womenRead… Read more »