Posts Tagged: hr

Social Media Policy – Part 4 – Identifying Employer Affiliations

As noted in Part 3 of this series, the vast majority of social media websites allow users to identify who they work for as well as other information about their employment. If employees complete this information, they are to some degree acting as representatives of the organization and all of their posts may reflect onRead… Read more »

Social Media Policy – Part 3 – Work-related vs Personal Use

The line between personal and work-related use of social media tools is often not easily distinguished. However, creating some distinction is advisable because it helps employees understand what communications and actions will impact their employment. For instance, Facebook is often considered a personal social network unrelated to business. However, one piece of information a FacebookRead… Read more »

Social Media Policy – Part 2 – Defining “Social Media”

Defining what “social media” means is another factor cited as important to a social media policy. This definition provides a framework for understanding what the organization is discussing. For instance, Facebook is commonly known to be a social networking platform. Twitter is often called a micro-blogging platform, but some believe it to be a socialRead… Read more »

Civil Service 2.0: You Won’t Need a Resume?

From – In the social media world, one of the big new pitches is that in the wonderful new reputation economy, you won’t need a resume. Potential business partners will find you on Google or a networking site, read your great bio, do a little independent noodling around into your background and decide toRead… Read more »

Training Employees – Hours Consumed by Employees

Last week I saw some statistics on Training. Unfortunately, these statistics summarized changes that have been taking place in the private sector. No mention of Government! … although, the statistics were intriguing nonetheless (check out the attachment). Working in state government and dealing with budget problems which many states seem to be facing, I wasRead… Read more »

The Relationship Revolution

Originally Posted to Unleash the Monster, a Monster Government Solutions blog On Unleash the Monster, we have had ongoing discussions about the growing opportunity in the government workforce for seekers and employers. Where the Jobs Are identifies a number of openings within agencies in 2010 and our Keep America Working tour is going from cityRead… Read more »

Recognizing America’s Most Dedicated Employees

Originally posted on Unleash the Monster By Monster Team Choosing public service as a career takes dedication. Employees of the government make such an impact on the lives of Americans and the communities within this great country. Each federal or state and local government employee plays a vital role in addressing pressing issues. That isRead… Read more »

Where the Jobs Are?

Originally posted on Unleash the Monster This week on Unleash the Monster, we are focusing on “Where the Jobs Are: Mission Critical Opportunities for America”. The Partnership for Public Service will release the report in partnership with us. It offers insight on the jobs that are available today in the Federal market. This report willRead… Read more »

Did you know? The Federal Job Numbers

Originally posted to Unleash the Monster By Monster Government Solutions Team While the country has been faced with the highest unemployment numbers in over two decades, the federal government is currently struggling to fill jobs with qualified candidates. According to our numbers at Monster, agencies using Monster Hiring Management posted 234,144 vacancies across 36 federalRead… Read more »

Need Stimulus, Want Training, or Need to Recruit? Unleash the Monster is the new Monster Government Solutions Blog

Originally published on Unleash the Monster – The Monster Government Solutions Blog Our country is in the midst of what is currently being called “the great recession,” unemployment numbers are rising continuously, the federal government is tasked with increasing efficiencies and state and local governments are struggling with resources to support education, training, healthcare, publicRead… Read more »