EXOP - Office of Science and Technology Policy

Implement a "Cultural Concierge Corps" for clinics and hospitals

A "Cultural Concierge Corps" will aid medical personnel and staff with the barriers they face while providing services. A common obstacle to the advancement of health, pharmaceutical, and related services is the barrier that exists due to different cultures, social circumstances, and language(s). The "Cultural Concierge Corps" will aid Doctors with a tool that illustrates their desire to engage, empathize with, and ...more »

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Social Security Administration

Stop celebrating diversity days and minority months...

There are too many races, ethnicities, differently- abled, and unique people to group everyone into a specific month. If they don't have a month/day (whatever), then you're leaving them out... this is time-consuming and wasteful. The tape and flyers used to announce the celebratory gatherings is a big waste especially when email messages clog up our systems about the same thing. If you don't celebrate, you could ...more »

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Department of Agriculture

One More Day - the 32 Hour Work Week

Emphasize the option and benefits of working a 32 hour week (4 8-hour days) and cut salary costs by over 20%. Many employees are unaware they are eligible to work this part-time schedule which would cut salary expenses by over 20% and give employees an extra day off. Permanent part-time employees still maintain almost all benefits and a part-time year is equal to a full-time year when calculating retirement tenure! ...more »

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Department of Commerce

Streamline and Limit Diversity Training Budgets

Too many individually conceived diversity training and workshops result in offices overspending on multiple programs for the same cause. Streamline diversity to one program and keep the workshops and training as online programs. This would free up more money to spend on mission critical operations.

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