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Tips for recruiting and retaining top talent

Lernes Hebert is the director at the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense, Officer & Enlisted Personnel Management. He joins In Depth with recruiting and retaining from the military

Tags: In Depth , Defense , DoD Report , Lernes Hebert , Pentagon

Thursday - 06/02/2011, 06:22pm EDT

Monster Government Solutions' online community

Would you stand in line for more than 120 days to buy a new flat screen TV? Probably not. Did you know that's about how long it takes to hire one federal employee at a government agency. I'm Erica Pierson, Editor of Unleash the Monster

Monster Government Solutions' online community.

This week, we share innovative ideas to help agencies trim down their hiring process.

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Tags: Unleash the Monster

Wednesday - 04/07/2010, 03:51pm EDT

White House gets major kudos from one federal union

We're hearing loud applause from at least one group for the proposed return to the definition of "inherently governmental."

Tags: National Treasury Employees Union , Colleen Kelley

Thursday - 04/01/2010, 03:56pm EDT

Secret Service takes on new responsibilities

Is the Secret Service stretched too thin? Insight from CNN Washington Correspondent Brian Todd.

Tags: Secret Service , CNN , Brian Todd

Wednesday - 10/21/2009, 05:03pm EDT

Program launched to help recruit 11,000 new federal IT workers

The Partnership for Public Service' new "FedRecruit: IT Pilot Program" focuses on entry-level recruitment, hiring, and retention in information technology. The program, which is in it's second year, could now help agencies meet its 11,000 technology job quota.

Tags: PPS , Tim McManus , Rep. Frank Wolf , Federal IT pilot program

Friday - 10/09/2009, 06:23pm EDT

Postal Service announces final list of closures

Tags: USPS , Max Cacas

Thursday - 10/08/2009, 06:59pm EDT

Bilingual workers needed as Foreign Service Officers

Foreign language proficiency shortfalls in critical regions, such as the Near East and South and Central Asia, where about 40 percent of officers did not meet requirements, is just one of the staffing issues facing the Foreign Service Office.

Tags: State Department , Jess Ford , John Rogin , GAO

Friday - 09/25/2009, 07:22pm EDT
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