Should December 24, 2012 be an extra paid holiday for federal employees? Sign the petition if you think this is a good idea.
If you are planning on cutting out of work early to get a jump on the Memorial Day weekend, you may want to think twice about how you record the time on your time card.
In honor of Veteran’s Day, the author remembers a long time friend and veteran of the Vietnam War, Albert “Bud” Harenchar, Jr.
Feeling down and out on a Monday morning? Here is something that may perk up your day: Federal employees (most of them anyway) will get extra time off from work on December 24, 2009.
Wednesday, November 24th isn’t really a federal holiday. But, says OPM, agencies can dismiss employees early while “renewing our commitment on Thanksgiving.”
Some readers will be getting a four-day weekend in January. Other readers will get a three-day weekend. Here is how the holiday will work.
President Bush has issued an Order giving federal employees an extra holiday this year: December 26, 2008.
Federal offices will be closed on Tuesday in honor of former President Gerald R. Ford.