Is the nuclear mission scandal a problem of motivation or integrity? Probably both, but it’s a reminder that recruiters and managers need to be on the same page to make a great hire.
Personality testing for employment in the defense industry is incredibly important, both for legal considerations as well as the importance of having the right candidates on a client site.
A contractor pay cap and federal employee pay raises are among the top issues for federal employees in 2014, according to the priorities released by the American Federation of Government Employees.
OPM is updating its federal hiring requirements, making it easier for employees to re-enter the federal workforce after a departure.
Tough tech hiring is likely to continue in 2014, and small businesses have new cyber contracting opportunities.
Cyber security internships offer the opportunity to get coveted experience on your resume. Learn about new opportunities with the Department of Homeland Security.
Unemployment rate drops, but the economy still needs high-paying jobs; why hiring top talent is your best recruiting strategy; and which companies are planning lay-offs.
The impact of sequestration on the defense contracting community is significant. But it doesn’t have to mean a low-quality product or performance.
A ‘stay interview’ may be one way to boost employee retention, while the rise in part-time workers seems to be a trend that will remain – all in this week’s recruiting headlines.
Project scope is a critical element of program management, especially in an era of sequestration. Here are tips on manging your projects.