A new memo instructs federal agencies to begin the process of returning many federal employees to work in offices as the pandemic winds down.
What is the federal workplace model likely to look like after the pandemic, and what challenges must be overcome?
The government is planning to bring many federal employees back to in-office work by mid July, but it’s not an easy task.
How do FedSmith readers feel about returning to work in their agency offices post-COVID? Our latest survey suggests they are not ready to do so.
NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center is taking the next step in returning to workplace normalcy, but is also encouraging its employees to telework indefinitely.
The White House is reportedly considering making flexible working the norm for more federal employees after the pandemic.
One Congressman is asking OPM to take action to return federal employees to work in their offices “to the fullest degree possible.”
What do the 2020 FEVS results say about federal employees’ overall satisfaction with their jobs, pay and agency support during COVID?