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Learn how your defense contracting company dodge surge-hiring hurdles.
Tips for creating a targeted, reader-friendly impressive application for federal jobs.
If you receive a federal job offer as a non-fed (including as a federal contractor, Fellow or returning fed), you probably have the most negotiating power you will ever have in your federal career.
There is no question that the federal workforce needs to attract diverse and talented people so the U.S. government is positioned to tackle the complex issues facing our country. That includes millennials. There are four key steps the next administration and Congress must take to ensure millennials consider public service as a career option and… Read more »
According to a recent report and survey of federal employees, with Republicans now in control of the House, Senate and White House, change is imminent and here is the forecast.
It’s an unsettling fact: The percentage of female federal hires has decreased in recent years. There are a number of factors that are impacting this dynamic, and one may be the need to better understand the women that federal agencies are trying to attract.
I believe that the military experience provides a unique perspective, and this perspective creates a certain kind of person: a leader.
Understanding what motivates the future workforce and how to accommodate their work style, employers can increase productivity resulting in healthier work environments and will benefit all generations.
More than anything, FCC CIO David Bray wants employees who exude empathy. In an interview with GovLoop, he shared how empathy bridged a divide within his agency and how it guides the way he interacts with his team.