Posts Tagged: Municipal Staffing Firm

How Do You Become A Building Official?

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According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, 117,300 people worked as building officials in 2018. A building official divides their time between finishing evaluations of buildings on location and drawing up conclusive reports in their office. Although most building officials work full-time during weekdays, they occasionally work nights and weekends.   If you’re looking… Read More »

How to Use To-Do Lists When You Feel Overwhelmed

Realizing you have a pile of work to do and no idea when to complete it can be overwhelming. When you have too many tasks to complete, knowing where to start can be difficult. Feeling you have too much to do and too little time can paralyze you into not taking action. Rather than giving… Read More »

Here’s How to Motivate Employees with Constructive Criticism

As a manager, being able to provide precise feedback is important. Giving rewards and consequences motivates employees to perform and achieve the results you desire. To maximize effectiveness, your feedback should be tailored to the employee, thought out and delivered close to the event. Learn how to motivate your employees with these guidelines on giving… Read More »

Does Your Team Seem Stressed During the Holiday Season? Hire a Temp

If you’re a supervisor for a municipality, the holiday season is a stressful time of year. Employees may leave for vacation, call in sick more often, or plan an extended leave of absence. A reduced workforce means extra responsibilities fall to the rest of the team. Increased workflows cause greater stress on employees left to… Read More »

What Kind of Health Benefits Are Offered Under CalPERS?

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As an employee, securing employer-sponsored health benefits is important. With rising costs of healthcare and increasing life expectancy, having your employer cover health benefit costs ensures access to the medical care you need to maintain your quality of life. As a municipal employee, you gain access to California Public Employees’ Retirement System (CalPERS) health benefits… Read More »

Should Your Municipality Go Paperless?

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According to management consultants McKinsey & Company, government analysts believe that governments could save more than $1 trillion annually by going paperless wherever possible. Because software solutions allow municipalities to receive, store, secure and manage data, the public can gain improved access to pertinent information while saving taxpayer money.   Find out why it’s in… Read More »

7 Qualities Every Accountant Needs to Be Successful

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According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, there were approximately 1,424,000 accounting jobs in the year 2018. Right now, many of these roles are available in municipalities. Filling an accounting role in a municipality requires specific skills. If you’re looking for a municipal accounting position, be sure you exhibit these seven qualities to be successful.… Read More »

Why Working for a Firm That Offers Retirement Is Important

You want the option to stop working someday, so it’s important to begin saving for retirement early. One way to do this is by finding a municipal job that provides a retirement plan. One example of a municipal retirement plan is the California Public Employees Retirement System (CalPERS). Because CalPERS offers different types of retirement… Read More »

Here’s How to Promote Innovation in Your Workplace

Innovation is one key to cultivating a thriving municipality. Continually finding new ways to increase efficiency and effectiveness while overcoming hurdles keeps operations running smoothly. Local residents maintain peace of mind knowing that government services will remain in effect and continue to make their lives easier. Here are six ways to promote innovation in your… Read More »

Do You Feel Burned Out? It May Be Time to Change Jobs

Your work should enrich and enliven you rather than diminish you. You deserve to feel trusted, respected, autonomous and able to have a positive impact on others. Therefore, when you face adverse work conditions such as work overload, lack of autonomy and disrespect, you face the risk of burnout. You may experience exhaustion, cynicism and… Read More »