Furloughed employees, union leaders and elected officials gathered blocks from the White House on Jan. 10 to express the need to end the shutdown.
Recently, the Homeland Security Department (DHS) has begun circulating internal and external documents warning agency employees to rethink their finances.
With so much uncertainty swirling during this shutdown, we’ve provided a few resources to help keep government employees informed about their pay and more.
This weekend marks the first time federal employees will miss a paycheck during the current standoff over border wall funding.
With so much hearsay and speculation about the behind-the-scene negotiations, here’s what the important decision-makers have said about the shutdown.
Here are three tips for the federal government that look at how agencies can address their growing workforce shortages by supporting the professional growth of current employees.
Those who work for the government may not only be feeling the disappointment many Americans do with the shutdown; they may feel disillusionment with the government as their employer as well.
Changes in federal government keep coming fast. That’s why GovLoop gives you monthly recaps of federal news that may affect agency management and employment.
Diane R. Williams, who once served as the Legislative Chair for the Coalition For Change, Inc. (C4C), became the first person in America to take a sexual harassment into a U.S. District Court and to obtain a ruling that sexual harassment forms sex discrimination under the Civil Rights Act.
Think President Trump and Congress will resolve the situation before week three? Don’t hold your breath – there’s no clear end in sight.