In his memorandum for modernizing Federal leave, the President wrote, “Men and women both need time to care for their families and should have access to workplace flexibilities that help them succeed at work and at home.
Rarely do we stay in the same job for our entire careers. A cornerstone of career development is finding new challenges that will give us new skills, new experiences. So it’s inevitable that, at some point, you will have to tell your boss that it’s time for you to move on. As you prepare to have that conversation, I have one key piece of advice I hope you’ll take to heart – leave your job the way you came in.
Last day to register is Friday, April 10. This interactive virtual human resources training conference is April 15 and 16. The conference’s theme is REDI for the Future. REDI stands for Recruitment, Engagement, Diversity, and Inclusion. The conference features more than 40 sessions in tracks that break down the essential core competencies HR professionals need. Any federal HR Specialist, federal manager or federal employee can attend. Register today!
I am excited today to release an insightful report on Women in Federal Service, which draws on OPM’s deep reservoir of data to shine a light on opportunities for women in Federal service. One of my top priorities as Director of OPM is to make sure women have a seat at every decision table.
One of the President’s highest management priorities is to make sure that all Federal employees have access to effective training. One way that OPM and the Chief Human Capital Officers Council are working together to support this priority is by sponsoring an interactive virtual human resources training conference on April 15 and 16.
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