The Monumental Challenge of Diversity in the Workplace

Posted on September 9th, by Valerie Martinelli in Career Advice. No Comments

As women we have a habit of underestimating ourselves. If we are asked what we bring to the table and measure that response against that of men, our scores are automatically lower than those of our male counterparts. It is important for women to understand that we are half of the workforce and we are … Read More »


Information Governance Insights: The Never Ending Road to Nirvana

Posted on September 8th, by Robin Woolen in on the job. No Comments

Last month we began our quest to achieve paperless nirvana by eliminating the ROT (Redundant, Obsolete and Transitory) hardcopy that fills our warehouses, file cabinets and desk drawers. This month I’d like to challenge you to deal with the root of the problem – your organization is producing all of this stuff! Now I’m certain … Read More »


Careers in Government Is a Finalist in Two Innovation Industry Awards

Posted on September 8th, by careersingov in Awards, In The News. No Comments

The votes are in – thousands, in fact, from all over the world – and the Finalists for the 2016 Recruiting Service Innovation Awards (the ReSIs) have now been determined.

The Finalists were selected by a global ballot conducted among the toughest judges on the planet – the talent acquisition and human resources professionals who actually use TA … Read More »


8 Soft Skills to Land a High Paying Job

Posted on September 7th, by Hasib Ahmed in Career Advice. No Comments

Skills are everything that defines you in your professional life. Some skills are which you acquire during your college and school, and are better known as hard skills. They will define the path of your professional life and be with you for the rest of your life. But there are skills which not only your … Read More »