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Bob Tobias, a professor in the Key Executive Leadership program at American University, joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin in studio.
Bob Tobias, of the Key Executive Leadership program at American University, joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin in the studio to share his thoughts.
The idea of extending paid family leave for federal employees comes up year after year in Congress. Bob Tobias thinks it's long overdue, and in fact the policy is making its way into some union contracts already.
Executive orders on federal employment, and vigorous union opposition to them, appear to have poisoned relations between federal unions and the Trump administration beyond antidote.
Artificial intelligence in the service of human resources management may sound ironic. But HR experts all over are predicting AI will improve their function.
By now there have been plenty of stories about the hardships the longest government shutdown in history created for the federal workforce. But new research from Weber State University is among the first to try to quantify the impacts.
Professor Bob Tobias joined Federal Drive to explain how agencies can improve their customer service but it better services starts in-house.
Federal unions generally dislike HR initiatives from the Trump administration. Bob Tobias at American University has some possible ways ahead.
American University professor Bob Tobias told Federal Drive with Tom Temin some potential ways DHS can fill their current senior position vacancies.
Bob Tobias, professor in the Key Executive Leadership Program at American University, explained the importance of career civil servants on Federal Drive with Tom Temin.
Who would apply for a job at a place where you might be forced to work without pay for a month, or that is threatened with bankruptcy every year? American University's Bob Tobias says that is how the federal government looks right now.
The government can't shut down again until September but that may not be reassuring. For many federal employees, the last event produced a permanent sense of uncertainty.
Nearly everyone concerned with good government is thinking like the fictional Howard Beale, wanting to scream "I'm mad as hell and I'm not going to take this anymore."