Your cover letter isn’t just a great way to impress a recruiter, it can also be the key to landing an interview with the company.
There are a number of good reasons to self-identify if you have a disability. It benefits both your career prospects and federal contractors, who are required to make hiring disabled workers a priority.
Finding the right candidate is often about writing the right position description. Here are terms to avoid.
Locality pay changes are increasing the size of some localities, which could reduce the size of any pay increase for federal workers in those areas.
With congressional push back against another round of BRAC, the Pentagon is opting for a ‘slow bleed’ – which may or may not be even more painful.
A Pentagon proposal to overhaul the civilian workforce to a pay-for-performance system is being met with criticism from government employee unions.
Preparation is critical to your job search. And essential if you want to impress a recruiter. Here are five things they want you to know before you apply.
Is your open concept office driving you nuts? Here are five tips to help you survive.
Want to apply for an overseas job? Check out these tips including why a global company may be the best fit and why country culture really matters.
Whether it’s teamwork, candor, or confidence that you most value, learn how to find a candidate who’s the right fit for your company, without a formal personality test.
Recruiters can be your best job search ally – but only if you don’t screw up the relationship before it gets started.
A new policy promises increased oversight of the federal contracting process – but more headaches for the contracting officers and additional red tape and compliance issues for contractors themselves.
It’s still a man’s world inside the intelligence community, according to a ‘small but vocal’ group of female whistleblowers from the FBI.
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