As the baby boomers working for Uncle Sam retire, a new generation will take their place. Some see the new generation as different and perhaps not as capable. Here is one new federal employee already making her mark on the government but in her own way and with her own priorities.
A majority of readers are opposed to legislation that would open federal benefits to “domestic partners” but there are strong beliefs for and against the proposal.
The recent rise in the value of some stocks may mean this is a good time for TSP investors to take a closer look at their TSP investments. Here are ideas for consideration.
A federal employee who was fired during his probationary period asked a court to award him one billion dollars in damages. The court was not impressed with the gravity of the alleged offense and the appellant remains a former federal employee.
This federal employee went from getting good ratings to being terminated during his probationary period after he became involved in internal office politics. But, despite being a probationary employee, he will get his day in court after filing a complaint that he was fired for engaging in protected EEO activity.