Margot Conrad

PPS

How agencies can improve recruitment and hiring without Congress’ help

Some agencies will have to continue to take it on themselves to improve the personnel recruitment and hiring practices everyone professes to hate.

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AP/Cliff Owenpaid family leave, talent pipeline

Lawmakers see paid family leave, more federal interns as viable ideas to improve talent pipeline

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Partnership for Public Service

Groups publish advice for D.C. leadership to keep feds outside of region engaged

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Partnership for Public Service

Federal hiring is a problem everyone acknowledges but never seems to change

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Partnership for Public Service

Partnership for Public Service launches program for finding federal cyber staff

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Partnership for Public Service

Important not to forget shutdown’s stinging side effects

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Partnership for Public Service

10-step checklist for agency leaders returning from shutdown

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Partnership for Public Service

Pathways program still drawing students, recent grads to federal service

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Partnership for Public Service

Post-midterms, need for civil service modernization remains

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Partnership for Public Service

After 40 years, coalition seeks upgrades to Senior Executive Service

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Making your summer internship count after classes resume

In just a few weeks, interns throughout the federal government will be departing to return to school.

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Margot Conrad: Slow hiring process makes it hard to close federal generation gap

Margot Conrad of the Partnership for Public Service said it’s important to adapt government to a younger workforce with changing expectations.

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Margot Conrad: How excepted managers can remain stress-free during a shutdown

Margot Conrad from the Partnership for Public Service shares ideas with excepted employees and managers on how to survive, without pay, during a shutdown.

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