OPM said it’s business as usual in Washington despite the Capitals parade, but that agencies are encouraged to give federal employees administrative leave.
OPM has issued final regulations about new weather/safety leave policies which will be of particular interest to federal employees who telework.
A group of lawmakers have asked GAO to take a fresh look at time and attendance problems in agencies by updating a report it previously released in 2003.
A recent case decision suggests the FSIP has shifted from its past philosophy. The author provides an analysis.
The Office of Personnel Management is encouraging agency leaders to give federal workers the option to telework or take the day off for the Pope’s upcoming visit to Washington, DC.
If you are currently a supervisor in the Federal government, and there was any lingering doubt in your mind as to whether Federal agencies have entered the “Virtual Age,” the Telework Enhancement Act (TEA), signed into law on December 9, 2010, should have put those doubts to rest.
In part III of the series on managing telework, the author addresses the questions that can arise with respect to telework and inclement weather.