Politics aside, there are several proposed initiatives stated by President-elect Donald Trump during his campaign that will affect government employees across the board.
I believe that the military experience provides a unique perspective, and this perspective creates a certain kind of person: a leader.
Our challenge as leaders is in finding ways to motivate and communicate with the various generations in the workplace today.
The 1978 Civil Service Reform Act affects the working lives of federal employees every day. It codified merit systems principles and created a framework to resolve disputes involving them—a structure that remains in place and continues to benefit federal employees like you. Here’s an introduction to the law.
Is investing in employee engagement really worth it? How is that investment paying off in your office?
The presidential transition is a complex process of critical national importance. You need to assemble a formidable team to navigate the inevitable and, for some, unenviable work of the presidential transition.
Understanding what motivates the future workforce and how to accommodate their work style, employers can increase productivity resulting in healthier work environments and will benefit all generations.
How do you keep top performers when we are operating under tight fiscal budgets, few opportunities for promotion and Continuing Resolutions?
The Federal Flexible Spending Account Program (FSAFEDS) will allow you to set aside money for your health- and dependent-care expenses and help you to save on your taxes. So why aren’t more federal employees signing up for this commonsense benefit?
Employee Resources Groups (ERGs): Are they the golden ring towards which agencies should reach? Or are they over-hyped and underutilized?