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Each new year, we take a look back to determine whether those who labor in the public interest and get in trouble have gotten smarter or tell a better story or do not try to make a bad case worse by going on the record. It has not happened yet.
When making New Year’s resolutions for your career, the author suggests breaking them down into easily achievable steps and celebrating your small successes. He offers suggestions you can use to improve your job situation in 2012.
The end of the year is often a time for reflection. We like to do that at FedSmith, so this is the time of year when we take a look at which of our articles were the most popular among our site visitors.
The heated debates in Congress over extending the payroll tax cut have come to a temporary end just in time for Christmas. Absent from the current agreement: a one year extension of the pay freeze and modifications to the federal retirement system.
Children from a nearby child day care center in Washington, DC, visited the postal facility this week to participate in a festive holiday tradition popularized by former Washington, DC, Postmaster Pat Moore. In addition to reading a Christmas story to local school children, Moore made sure that Santa made an appearance.