Tag: Human Resources
Although agencies and employees do their best to prevent workplace injuries, accidents and injuries inevitably occur from time to time. If you do incur some type of injury on the job, this article will provide information regarding actions required by the injured worker, the supervisor, and the Office of Workers’ Compensation Program.
“Suitability” refers to identifiable character traits and conduct sufficient to decide whether an individual is likely or not likely to be able to carry out the duties of a federal job with appropriate integrity, efficiency, and effectiveness. The author considers some recent, real-life examples of why this is important.
What is the best way for an agency to take a disciplinary action? An experienced federal human resources expert offers an opinion and explains what factors go into winning an appeal.
Will Uncle Sam make sure you receive the maximum benefits for a federal employee when you retire? Not likely. What do you need to know about your federal career? Here is one inexpensive way to learn more about the federal HR system.
According to one researcher who has concluded that the Federal Salary Council claims of an underpaid federal workforce are unwarranted, average federal pay continues to outpace private sector pay.