Tag: Human Resources
OPM director John Berry says agencies are asking the agency for guidance on how to deal with the issue of transgendered employees in the workplace. The result is a new set of guidelines, including restructuring the Official Personnel Folder.
Recredit of Sick Leave for Re-employed FERS Annuitants Who Retire Between October 28, 2009, and December 31, 2013
OPM has been asked whether employees covered under FERS who retire between October 28, 2009 and December 31, 2013 with 50% of their sick leave having been credited toward their FERS annuity computation could have the remaining 50% of their sick leave re-credited to their account if they return to work. The short answer is yes.
OPM says that “dramatic progress” has been made in modernizing the federal government’s hiring process in the past year.
The author examines the failure of the 1978 civil service reform statute in labor relations and human resources generally and suggests a plan to encourage responsive Agency management, integrity and a restoration of merit to the civil service system while continuing to permit employees to be represented on working conditions.
Personal hygiene issues and personal behavior in the workplace can be a problem. From bad breath, too much perfume or people who don’t like to take a shower on a regular basis, these issues range from annoying to debilitating for those exposed to them. Here is the first part of an article on dealing with these issues.
Almost everyone outside of labor union activists wants to make removing government’s worst employees easier or less complicated. Such was the intent of the last major civil service reform more than 30 years ago. It failed. Here’s why.