Involving the program manager when hiring for a position is a critical first step. Here are some questions to ask the program manager before you begin the search.
Cracking the nut when it comes to applying for a federal government job isn’t always easy. But these tips will help.
Job descriptions can make the difference between attracting mediocre talent and attracting the perfect candidate. Follow these tips to write a better one.
Writing an introductory email can be as awkward as cold calling a potential candidate – and also more damaging, if your message comes across as spam.
Recruiters can get ahead of competition with a great first impression. Don’t miss your opportunity.
The gender pay gap for federal employees is shrinking, but that’s not stopping the White House from new efforts to combat wage discrimination.
Government employee training could be improved with one simple step – better interagency communication.
The cyber security hiring process within the government can be particularly frustrating – so how do you make your positions stand out?
Attracting entry-level cybersecurity talent is an excellent way to build your cyber workforce. Just make sure false marketing isn’t a part of the strategy.
A recently released report proposes civil service reform. But without prioritizing efforts or engaging stakeholders, it’s likely just more noise, no solutions.