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In the years since Peace Corps and AmeriCorps, I’ve learned how to explain what I did in ways that are professionally relevant. Now, as someone in management who interviews job candidates, I have new perspective on how to land a job or prove to a hiring manager you are ready to take on new responsibilities.
As more government agencies are doing more with less, an onboarding program can capitalize on productivity.
An organization led by people of integrity who hire honest workers and embrace a culture of honor is bound to be staffed by highly-engaged employees. Having engaged employees is the most effective driver of success.
On Tuesday, Jan. 28 and Wednesday, Jan. 29, reStart Events will host hiring and networking events in the D.C. area specially tailored to government employees with security clearances.
When looking to build out your team, how do you determine cultural fit? Given the need for government to hire candidates who align with the long-term objectives of an agency, one framework to use is missionary vs. mercenary.
We tend to hire those who look, act, think, and sound like ourselves – often without even knowing it. We just inexplicably feel better about those who remind us of us. We mistakenly call it “hiring for fit.” But it really is our egocentric bias.
Retaining talent is an obstacle currently faced by managers in the federal service. Here are three challenges we uncovered.
During the training, “5 Tips to Retain Your Team,” we suggested five approaches for managers who want to keep top performers.
This approach could be particularly useful for technical roles that receive large numbers of applicants but also those that have a clear set of qualifications.