Employee Retention: Who Brings Value

Posted on May 9th, by Marnie Green in Management Articles. 1 Comment

Public agencies across the United States are facing a silent threat.

As budget cuts are implemented and benefits are slashed, employees are considering their options. Working for a public agency isn’t what it used to be and employees know it. The greatest threat to organizational viability is the loss of talent that will inevitably come as … Read More »


Resume Achievements: How To Make an Impact

Posted on May 9th, by Juliana Weiss-Roessler in resumes/cover letters. No Comments

What do you do if you’ve listed your education, work experience, and additional skills on your resume, but it still looks thin? One easy solution is to beef up your work experience section by listing achievements that you’ve accomplished on the job.

But that raises another question—what exactly do you say when it comes to achievements? … Read More »


Is Tallahassee Guilty of Economic Segregation?

Posted on May 9th, by Dana Terry in About the Public Sector. No Comments

Disclaimer: The following piece only reflects my opinions and analysis as a resident who was born and raised in the City of Tallahassee. My hope is that my research sparks a positive discourse on how funding could be better allocated for easing our proposed economic segregation issue.

According to a report[i] by Toronto’s Martin Prosperity Institute … Read More »


Leadership & Caring Dangerously

Posted on May 9th, by Bill Treasurer in on the job. No Comments

“I’m not here to be your friend, I’m here to be your boss.”

“I’m not paid to be nice, I’m paid to get results.”

“If you don’t like it, go work at McDonalds.”

I wish Apple would create a Boss Translator App so we could all know what our bosses really mean when, under the guise of being … Read More »