Last year, only 24 percent government workers were between the ages of 20 and 35. Attract young talent by championing these four millennial-approved values.
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The CES authority lets USCYBERCOM hiring managers make on-the-spot job offers outside the federal government’s typical occupational constraints.
Agencies understand that delivering services to the people they serve requires staff who understand and are passionate about that mission. Recruiting and retaining talent is important to the success of government organizations in providing these services.
Three main takeaways from the first-of-its-kind government job fair held in Silver Spring on Nov. 6.
Women and people of color are largely underrepresented in the government. Here is one explanation for why.
There’s a lot of talk in government about recruiting talent from Silicon Valley, private firms nationwide and directly from colleges and universities. But sometimes the perfect candidate for the job isn’t across the country or in a classroom; they’re down the hall or in a field office.
The focus now has to be on attracting the next generation of workers to government — but how do you do it?
What can federal, state, and local governments do to recruit millennials and ensure their missions are carried out with the nation’s top young talent?
The problems in federal hiring are not just with the endemic habit of skipping and joining recruitment workflows or its enablement by agencies’ automated hiring technologies.
When it comes to building an effective workforce in the public sector, diversity trumps many other factors that play into the equation. That’s why diverse companies have been proven to outperform their peers.