The Department of Homeland Security will launch a new onboarding program for DHS employees and their families, part of an ongoing effort to improve employee engagement.
If the Biden administration's 2022 budget request holds, many agencies would gain net new employees. That means good practices in onboarding new people will be more important than ever.
The pandemic provided lessons for federal agencies to use when planning the future of federal workspaces, or lack thereof.
The executive order, which President Joe Biden signed Friday, addresses everything from unpaid federal internships and pay equity for members of underserved communities to diversity and inclusion training and gender-neutral pronouns.
Shrewd federal contractors and other companies like to hire military veterans who bring valuable skills.
In today's Federal Newscast, agencies have new direction from the Biden administration to improve diversity, equity, inclusion and accessibility within the federal workforce.
Data shows the Presidential Management Fellows program is struggling to attract a diverse pool of candidates and select finalists that are representative of the broader federal workforce, let alone the rest of the country.
Relocations in the federal government have received a bit of a bad rap lately, and a recent survey and research shows agencies often struggle to track the costs and tie the moves to the professional development needs of their talent.
Human capital leaders in the intelligence community say the new hybrid work environment will prompt a cultural shift in how managers and supervisors communicate with employees and set expectations about performance and promotions.
A new report from VA's inspector general illustrates how discrepancies in vacancy counts add to ongoing staffing issues within the agency, despite some improvements in recent years.
The Office of Personnel Management finalized a new policy that allows agencies to rehire former federal employees at a higher grade level than when they left government.
Accountability for diversity initiatives and general equity is literally due on the president’s desk. In this moment, David Rock of the NeuroLeadership Institute asks, how can agencies and partner-vendors assure diversity is done properly?
IRS Commissioner Chuck Rettig is urging Congress to give the agency a level of funding that's on par with the Biden administration's budget request, in order to support long-term investments in its IT and workforce.
The CFO Council’s recent strategy made succession planning one of seven strategic goals to prepare agency financial management offices for the impending future.