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The author says it is becoming increasingly dangerous to criticize people’s weight. He says federal employees need to consider at what point it becomes unlawful harassment or retaliation when they encounter it in the workplace.
The Thrift Savings Plan is an important component of your retirement plan, but it’s up to you to utilize it to its full potential. The author offers some benefits and challenges of the TSP as well as some investment approaches to consider.
The House on Thursday rejected a Democratic resolution that condemned Oversight & Government Reform Committee Chairman Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) for shutting down a committee hearing without letting any Democrat speak.
Thanks to advances in IT infrastructure, teleworking has greatly improved over the last decade, and has become a great way for federal agencies to give their employees the flexibility they desire as well as saving the organization money by reducing real estate costs. However, due to outdated or inflexible IT systems, many government agencies, government contractors and private organizations are ill-equipped to handle spikes in the number of remote workers telecommuting during unusual circumstances, like snow days.
Amid the political fallout from the government shutdown, members of North Carolina’s Congressional delegation made varying statements about whether they would accept their pay, defer it or donate it to charity. So what happened?
Congressional aides involved in preparing the Senate Intelligence Committee’s unreleased study of the CIA’s secret interrogation and detention program walked out of the spy agency’s fortress-like headquarters with classified documents that the CIA contended they weren’t authorized to have.
Army Brig. Gen. Jeffrey Sinclair will plead guilty Thursday to having had improper relationships with two junior officers and a civilian but will maintain he did not sexually assault a female captain during their three-year affair, his lawyers said late Wednesday.
The federal government’s latest mixed signal on pot stems from Maine, where a medical marijuana dispensary has settled charges alleging violations of the National Labor Relations Act and the rights of its employees.