Corporate diversity training and education emerged in Human Resources departments as a reaction to the civil rights movement. As workplaces began to integrate their staff, conflict and tension was inevitable. During the 1960s demonstrations by activists prompted by the Freedom Riders and other civil rights displays the previously silent Read More
Maybe you’re a Veteran, maybe you’re not. Maybe you’re Kevin Bacon. OK, probably not. No matter who you are, you should know a few things about the VA (U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs).
MyHealtheVet Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon is a parlor game based on the “six degrees of separation” concept, which hypothesizes that any two people on Earth are six or fewer acquaintance links apart. So, you may not be a Veteran, or know a Vet, but odds are you know someone who knows one. This blog series will provide information on VA programs and benefits that may be available to you or someone you know. First up, a great online program called MyHealtheVet. Read More
It is no secret. For many years now, human capital analysts have been predicting a large-scale “tidal wave” of retirements as baby boomers leave civil service.
Flip on Federal News Radio or catch-up on the latest blogs and you will hear and read that retirement separations have been increasing steadily since 2012. Read More