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Shall I go or shall I stay now?

What advice might a federal geezer or geezerette have for today's young civil servant? What would they tell agencies to do to keep those young feds around longer?

Wednesday - 04/29/2015, 03:00am EDT

Jason Olsen, President, Federal Employees with Disabilities

The federal government aims to be a model employer, welcoming diversity and fostering an inclusive environment. To that end, it's hiring people with disabilities at the fastest clip in decades. Eighteen percent of new hires in 2013 reported they had some sort of disability. But problems remain. Today, Federal Employees with Disabilities, a grassroots organization, has paired with a group representing Gay-Lesbian-Bisexual and Transgendered feds. They're holding a training program with some big speakers lined up. Jason Olson is the group's president. He joined the Federal Drive with Tom Temin with a glimpse behind the conference curtain.

Monday - 04/27/2015, 09:27am EDT
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You didn't get the job ... Now what?

What happens when you don't get your dream job. Jeff Neal, a former chief human capital officer, shares his own story in a new commentary.

Friday - 04/24/2015, 03:43pm EDT

The state of the clearance job market

Evan Lesser, founder and director for ClearanceJobs.com, will discuss the challenges that agencies are facing in filling jobs that require a security clearance.
April 17, 2015

Friday - 04/17/2015, 08:42pm EDT
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Want to grab cyber talent? Look to better pay

No legislation required: The Office of Personnel Management can create a special pay system for cybersecurity professionals right now, according to the authors of a new report on the federal cybersecurity workforce. More competitive pay could get in-demand experts to stay, they say.

Tuesday - 04/14/2015, 04:11pm EDT

War of the Worlds: Gen X vs. Millennials

Whether you are about to turn 24 or are one of the many feds still working into their 80s, you have a stake in the next generation of civil servants, says Senior Correspondent Mike Causey.

Thursday - 04/09/2015, 03:00am EDT

The Young and Restless: In your office

Who are millennials and why is the federal government expending so much energy in trying to woo them to the civil service? Senior Correspondent Mike Causey has some answers.

Wednesday - 04/08/2015, 03:00am EDT

Federal workforce trends in 2015: Finding and keeping the right talent is top priority

Susan Fallon, vice president for global strategy and business development for Monster Government Solutions, believes that agencies need to change their approach to build the next generation of workers.

Monday - 04/06/2015, 04:27am EDT

The federal hiring market in 2015

Talent acquisition manager Mike Bruni will discuss job trends in the federal government, the kinds of workers that agencies need, and how to land a job in what is a competitive and challenging federal market.
April 3, 2015

Friday - 04/03/2015, 06:41pm EDT
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Millennials leaving government over lack of innovation, study finds

Agencies more willing to take on innovative projects and ideas are more likely to get the attention of millennials looking for jobs, according to a follow-up study to the 2014 Best Places to Work report.

Thursday - 04/02/2015, 11:30am EDT

Pentagon chief mulls easing military enlistment standards

Carter considers easing US military enlistment standards; seeks better recruiting, retention

Monday - 03/30/2015, 03:13am EDT

March Madness gives agencies a how-to guide to build championship HR teams

Liam Ackland, president of NGA.NET North America, encourages agencies to model their recruiting strategies after successful college basketball teams, which traditionally shy away from "one-and-dones."

Friday - 03/27/2015, 04:43am EDT

Agencies' hiring of veterans hits all-time high in 2014

Veterans accounted for one of every three federal civilian new hires last year, according to the President's Council on Veterans Employment.

Monday - 03/23/2015, 04:25pm EDT

24 feds get to work with Obama on fixing the SES

The White House has named two dozen federal employees to a group that will advise the president on possible changes to the Senior Executive Service. Obama joined the group at its meeting Thursday.

Friday - 03/20/2015, 09:15am EDT

Council on governmentwide diversity to impact agency hiring

Following up on the Office of Personnel Management's new recruitment and retention strategy the Chief Human Capital Officers Council announced Friday a governmentwide forum on diversity hiring.

Tuesday - 03/10/2015, 10:56am EDT

OPM banks on data to attract younger, more diverse job seekers

Four in 10 federal employees will be eligible to retire in the next five years. Who will take their place remains the big question. Meanwhile, 70 percent of jobs advertised on USAJobs.gov go to internal candidates, says Office of Personnel Management Director Katherine Archuleta.

Monday - 03/09/2015, 05:58pm EDT

Acting administrator says GSA 'stronger than ever before'

Acting Administrator Denise Turner Roth wants to build on the past successes of the General Services Administration. This includes a new Total Workforce Initiative to grow talent development at the GS-7 through GS-11 levels.

Thursday - 03/05/2015, 04:32pm EST
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The federal hiring market in 2015

Talent acquisition manager Mike Bruni will discuss job trends in the federal government, the kinds of workers that agencies need, and how to land a job in what is a competitive and challenging federal market.
February 20, 2015

Friday - 02/20/2015, 06:41pm EST
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The federal hiring market in 2015

Talent acquisition manager Mike Bruni will discuss job trends in the federal government, the kinds of workers that agencies need, and how to land a job in what is a competitive and challenging federal market.
February 6, 2015

Friday - 02/06/2015, 06:41pm EST
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4 steps toward a better hiring process

Former DHS chief human capital officer Jeff Neal shares some suggestions for bringing more transparency and integrity to the hiring process.

Wednesday - 02/04/2015, 03:08pm EST
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