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 water cooler conversation. People were frequently maligned and hurt and if gossip and rumors were rampant … Read More »
The digital revolution continues to evolve, and the public sector is coming along for the ride – and, in some cases, paving the way. Over the past several years, social media has taken on a power that even Mark Zuckerberg may not have been able to imagine.
From cities to airports, public utilities, school districts, and … Read More »
Self-proclaimed guru Dan Schwabel spouted vicious rumors regarding the demise of job boards. I hate to report that Mr. Schwabel was wrong…, but he was wrong. Job Boards are actively used today and each year, hundreds of entrepreneurs and techies launch their vision and version of a job sourcing site. Valuable jobseeker advice was shared in Mr. Schwabel’s … Read More »
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 virtual career fairs, job seekers can search, prepare and apply for jobs without … Read More »