Suspending Assumptions in Communications

Posted on April 9th, by Stan Skipworth in on the job. No Comments

While walking on the beaches of Oceanside, California a couple of weeks ago, my family and I ventured onto the pier to take in the sights and sounds along that boardwalk.

As we did, we came upon a family as it prepared to take a picture.  A familiar scene, the father was readying himself while providing direction … Read More »


Start a Government Employee Volunteer Program!

Posted on April 9th, by H.E. James in About the Public Sector. No Comments

Do you have multiple employees within your municipal organization who give back to your community through volunteering with nonprofits?  If so, April is their month, and if you don’t have an employee volunteer program (EVP), it’s the perfect time to do it.

National Volunteer Month has expanded since President Nixon created National Volunteer Week in 1974, … Read More »


“Gen Eric” Is Killing Your Job Search

Posted on April 9th, by Tina Nicolai in Career Advice. No Comments

Baby Boomers, Gen X, Gen Y, Millennials, have one thing in common that causes hiring leaders to hand slap their heads—it’s the use of a “Gen Eric” resume.  Generic products are fine if you’re pinching pennies, but a “Gen Eric” resume is causing you lost time and salary.

Generic resumes  (Gen Eric) continue to flood the … Read More »


Networking Tips for Veterans & Others

Posted on April 9th, by Alan Carniol in Career Advice. No Comments

Veterans often feel lost when they begin seeking employment outside the military. If you’re a veteran you need to know that networking will play a big part in your job search, and could make all the difference in the world as to how soon you land a job. For this to work for you it … Read More »