What do senior government leaders think about work-from-home arrangements? Are they more of a problem or a solution? We asked three C-level government executives for their opinions.
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People’s lives changed during the pandemic, she said, and employees learned they could be successful — sometimes more successful — when working outside the agency office. Here are some ideas for keeping your workforce connected — socially.
The President’s Management Agenda provides a good roadmap for addressing workforce challenges. But getting there means walking the walk.
It can be difficult to maintain an office culture with hybrid and remote work arrangements. Here are practical pointers for building communications that strengthen agency culture in an out-of-office environment.
All government agencies have been focusing on return-to-office strategies, attempting to strike a balance between valuable lessons drawn from remote work capabilities during the pandemic and the competing need to maintain strong organizational culture through in-person collaboration.
In the brave new hybrid world, leaders should engage with their teams to build culture. In-person communications can give you an advantage to help your organization.
Both employees and constituents expect seamless, reliable communication. Video meeting and event capability can supply it.
As the new year approaches, a GovLoop featured contributor outlines five employment trends for 2023. Hint: hybrid work arrangements made the list.
With remote and hybrid work being permanent, the time is perfect to reexamine how we’re getting our jobs done to see if our tactics work for the long term.
Organizations must contend with cyber protection requirements, ever more complex technology and hiring disadvantages. Here are some tips to make innovation easier.