Bagging Your Online Baggage

Bagging Your Online Baggage

I still remember the day that my sister-in-law taught me how to use the Internet. I learned about Google and Yahoo and how easy it was to find people, places and things. As recruiters, we used to have to dial hundreds of phone numbers to find candidates to fill jobs,...
Tech Relevance in Government

Tech Relevance in Government

In the early 90’s, the PC was making its way into city halls, replacing our IBM Selectrics and impossible-to-understand DOS systems with this big color screen and the mighty mouse.  Like most Gen X’ers I was pretty excited to jump in and figure out how to use Word,...
Public Sector and Social Media

Public Sector and Social Media

Informational interviews are your way of gaining a more in-depth look at a potential employer by gathering first-hand knowledge from past or current employees; a casual, coffee-shop conversation can yield a lot of insights. Social media gives you the opportunity to...
When Workplace Rumors Go Viral

When Workplace Rumors Go Viral

Historically, gossip and rumors in the workplace have been vigorously discouraged principally because of their harmful effects on employees and the distractions they cause.  The conduit for such idle and mischievous banter was confined largely to hallway whispers and...
6 Tips for Virtual Career Fairs

6 Tips for Virtual Career Fairs

Finding a job is never easy. Add on the quirks of the government application process and it can become downright overwhelming.  Luckily, it’s getting a bit easier as technology transforms the traditional job search. With more accurate search engines, social media, and...
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