Two recent cases on the matter involved the City of Philadelphia, TSA agents and airline passengers.
The Senate has announced long-awaited hearings for three nominees to the Merit System Protection Board. The agency that handles appeals from the Civil Service Commission has lack a quorum to do business for more than 18 months.
The White House believes federal unions across the country have been taking taxpayers for a ride using “official” time, which is meant to monitor health and safety issues in contracts, to conduct union business.
Guest columnists Steve Hellem and James Strock say the whole world is looking to Washington for leadership and does not like what it sees, prompting a potential need for civil servants to step up.
Guest columnist Nancy Crosby writes that talk of cuts to federal retirement benefits is nothing new, but the rumored tsunami of retirement has been reduced to a slow and steady leak of attrition.
Guest columnist Marc Harris, a retired federal employee, offers his gratitude for the huge numbers of civilian employees who supported the war effort.
Guest columnist Abraham Grungold, a federal employee and burgeoning financial coach in Florida, offers his federal employee retirement planning checklist.
While Mike Causey is on vacation, guest columnist Steve Hellem addresses the issues and challenges he believes face federal government employees at this point in a new administration.
Why it's good to temporarily ignore the news once in a while. If can restore your faith in fellow citizens.
This time one year ago lobbyists who represent feds and retirees were quietly hoping that Congress would tear off only a couple of chunks from the embattled Federal Employees Retirement System. Then a funny thing happened on the way: Nothing.
In a memo released Tuesday, the Office of Management and Budget has shed more light on the administration's plan to reboot the Federal Customer Service Awards program the Obama administration began in 2015.
Obits can help you figure out how much money you are going to need for the years, maybe decades, after your regular paycheck stops. But your urge to live, have fun, travel, etc. continues.
The federal government is chock full of chief information officers, chief financial officers and chief human capital officers. But as it stands, there are only a handful of chief customer officers
One of the complaints some Thrift Savings Plan investors have is what they consider a lack of investment options.