Cybersecurity recruiting continues to be a challenge, particularly in the Washington, D.C. area where demand strongly outpaces supply.
More women are rising to positions of power within the defense industry – but is your recruiting strategy focused on those who ‘lean-in’ or ‘recline’?
The government needs better hiring practices if it wants to compete for top talent. Maybe it’s time to update your hiring strategy, as well.
In the defense industry, company reputation is even more important. The federal government has already discovered a bad image can equal bad hires.
Leadership and company culture in the defense industry depends on a commitment to keeping promises and respecting individual employees.
Don’t discriminate against the unemployed is the message coming from the White House, with a mandate to federal agencies to extend grace when it comes to delinquent debt and other issues.
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.