Speaking in favor of the latest iterations of racial sensitivity and inclusion training, the president of the Professional Managers Association Chad Hooper.
A group of federal managers and senior executives are pushing the Trump administration to establish an emergency leave transfer program for employees struggling to balance their work and childcare responsibilities during the pandemic.
In today's Federal Newscast, new Census data analysis shows, the recession of 2008 and 2009 hit one segment of the population particularly hard.
Organizations that represent IRS managers and employees say they haven’t been given much detail on the agency resuming more of its operations.
GSA's Public Buildings Service has responded to the emerging needs of tenant agencies, and has taken steps to prepare for a gradual influx of employees at the federal buildings it manages.
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Professional Managers Association President Chad Hooper said some areas of the IRS mission are moving ahead, but others will take “a very long time” to return to normal.
The IRS told front line employees earlier this week they can choose whether to continue in-person service interactions or not.
Agencies have offered mixed messages about telework and the flexibilities their employees have in balancing the coronavirus pandemic, childcare duties and family medical concerns — and their work and services to the public.
IRS Commissioner Chuck Rettig instructed eligible employees to telework and gave customer service workers more freedom than they've ever had before. But the commissioner's guidance has prompted confusion among risk-adverse IRS managers, who aren't accustomed to making their own decisions.