8 Ways You Can Gain Respect in the Office

Posted on March 9th, by Hasib Ahmed in on the job. No Comments

Gaining respect from your colleagues is a difficult task but losing respect takes very little effort. This article will mention some of the ways through which it will be easy for you to gain respect and become a person that everyone looks forward to being with.

If you thought having a good repertoire with your … Read More »


The Adaptation of Metrics: From Baseball to the Badge

Posted on March 9th, by Stan Skipworth in education/training. No Comments

In the Fall of 2003, I happened upon a book about one of my favorite subjects—baseball—and by the time I had completed reading Moneyball, I had found a way to pierce through some of the most daunting challenges facing leaders of organizations:  How to find talented personnel when the organization is much less financially-resourced than … Read More »


Interview Tips for a Public Utilities Career: Part 2

Posted on March 9th, by Alan Carniol in networking/interviewing. No Comments

This is a continuation of our earlier article “Interview Tips for a Career in Public Utilities”.

Types of Behavioral Questions You’ll Be Asked When Interviewing For A Job at a Public Utility

In most cases, you will have a team of interviewers questioning you. The company needs to do this to ensure that you are the best … Read More »


Government Security & Information Assurance Training

Posted on March 9th, by Lauren Willison in education/training. No Comments

Advanced technology has brought incredible progress to society, but it’s not without its faults. Chief among them is faulty information security, which breeds identity theft, viruses, malware and hacking, to name a few.

The biggest defense against these threats is information assurance experts, who use a combination of computer science and information technology knowledge to protect … Read More »