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Internal Training and Learning Initiatives: Why They Matter

Every month at FMP we share our thoughts on the latest workplace trends and explore the effects they have on employees. As a more recent hire, I have been astounded by the efforts that FMP makes to create a positive employee experience. One of the most notable and unique ways that FMP does this is…

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Got New Tech? Don’t Forget Your Old Data!

Every month we explore the various tools and technologies that impact individuals and organizations. In Part Two of our three-part “New Tech, New Landscape” series (“Choosing Technology That Fits Your Business”), my colleague provided helpful guidance for organizations looking to assess their current information system solutions to select technology that meets their unique needs. In Part Three…

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How FMP Does Teleworking – An Interview with Our Remote Employees

At FMP, we practice flexibility every day – not just in specific situations, but in our work arrangements. Many employees based out of our office in Shirlington, VA work remotely 1 – 2 days a week; however, we also have full-time remote employees located across the country. We are proud to share the best practices,…

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What Divides Us, What Unites Us – Working Across Generations

Every month we dive into what we are all so passionate about here at FMP: human capital management. The key to managing today’s workforce is understanding who is part of it. As has been mentioned in many articles and academic papers, for the first time in history, five generations are in the workforce, each of…

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Employee Spotlight: Maggie Moore

We love to feature our new employees on our blog, but it’s time we took a step back and have a conversation with one of our seasoned employees. Maggie Moore, a native Washingtonian, has had a unique journey here at FMP. She started as a full-time consultant, transitioned to a 1099 employee, and then came…

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Choosing Technology that Fits your Business

Every month we explore the various tools and technologies that impact individuals and organizations. In Part One of our three-part “New Tech, New Landscape” series (“A Morphing Landscape: Technical Desires”), my colleague provided the historical context behind the movement towards cloud computing, including how the latest cloud-enabled solutions are transforming the private, public, and federal…

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Work Style Assessments: Highlight on DiSC®

Every month we dive into what we are all so passionate about here at FMP: human capital management. We recognize that one person’s way of working may vary from their coworkers’—and that’s okay! As in many other circumstances, leveraging this diversity can lead to more successful, long-term outcomes. However, in order to most effectively reap…

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A Once in a Lifetime Employee Experience

Every month we dive into what we are all so passionate about here at FMP: human capital management. You hear it all the time. Companies constantly guarantee that interested candidates will have an amazing, once in a lifetime experience if they so choose to work for them. These companies are not lying, though how exactly…

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A Morphing Landscape: Technical Desires

Every month we explore the various tools and technologies that impact individuals and organizations. The technical space is ever changing with a lot of shiny new tools, technology and software appearing on the block almost daily. This poses challenges for companies across the tech landscape to fully understand the technology, while constantly adapting to remain…

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Don’t Make The Same Mistakes Twice

Each month of 2020, we’ll provide insight into what life is like as a consultant by discussing what skills and experiences make this career unique and interesting. Since I started my career in consulting, I’ve been fortunate enough to work with some incredible military clients. During this time, I’ve learned that they take AARs very…

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