The Office of Personnel Management has released a memo instructing federal agencies to “utilize all available human resources flexibilities” to help protect federal employees from the effects of the Zika virus.
Have a concern or frustration about your agency or your job? You may have a chance to share your feedback in the upcoming Merit Principles Survey.
As the summer reaches its peak and the hot weather intensifies, the Office of Personnel Management is reminding agencies that they can allow federal workers to telework to prevent heat-related health problems.
Congressman Jeff Miller (R-FL) is taking another shot at reforming policy at the VA, this time with a bill that would strengthen whistleblower protections and institute a number of measures intended to hold agency employees more accountable for wrongdoing.
A new report ranks federal agencies by the level of job satisfaction expressed by employees in the Senior Executive Service.
Acting OPM director Beth Cobert said in a recent blog post that her agency sets an example for how LGBT federal workers are and should be treated and reminded others that discriminating against a person because of his or her sexual orientation is illegal. This approach to federal employment was not always the case, however.
A bill that would pay bonuses to federal workers who identify unneeded or surplus funds in their agencies has taken another step towards becoming law.
This week is Public Service Recognition Week, and in the spirit of the occasion, the author gives thanks to federal agencies and their employees for their service.