human resources

OPM, skills, federal HR employees

OPM redefines the skills that 40K federal HR employees need

New competency models for human resources (HR) positions rethink the job skills necessary for more than 40,000 HR employees across government.

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Federal HR leaders rethinking employee engagement by embracing feedback

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OPM prioritizing pooled hiring, HR workforce in 2025 budget

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IPPS-A expands services for Army payroll and human resources

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Now is the time to weigh in on the future of federal HR services

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Agencies have resources available to help close skills gaps, OPM says

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OPM removes two federal skills gaps from its high-risk list, but three positions remain

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FILE - An exterior sign is photographed outside the Robert F. Kennedy Department of Justice building in Washington on May 4, 2021. President Joe Biden is nominating six lawyers to run U.S. attorney’s offices across the country, a diverse group of candidates in the latest picks for the top law enforcement positions. The nominees, being announced by the White House on Wednesday, Jan. 26, 2022, would run the federal prosecutors’ offices in Connecticut, Utah, Montana, Alaska, New Mexico and New Hampshire.  (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky, File)

A conversation with Catherine Emerson, the Justice Department’s deputy assistant attorney general and chief human capital officer

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Joe Biden

For feds, White House 2023 budget request is more than just the 4.6% pay raise

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Department of Justice sign, Washington DC, USA. Many law enforcement agencies are administered by the DOJ, including the FBI, DEA and Federal Bureau of Prisons

Justice Department rife with disorganized human resources guidance, IG finds

The Office of Inspector General found in its latest report that the Justice Department relied on dated and incomplete HR policies.

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(AP Photo/David Goldman)FILE - In this Thursday, March 3, 2016, file photo, a job candidate's resume sits on a table as he interviews for a job during a recruiting event at the Georgia Department of Labor office in Atlanta. One state and at least two cities have passed laws that bar employers from asking applicants about their salary history. Several states have proposed similar legislation in 2017. (AP Photo/David Goldman, File)

Federal HR in need of attention and resources, Partnership says

Federal employees ranked federal human resources last among four federal administrative services, according to a recent customer satisfaction survey from…

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FILE - In this Thursday, March 3, 2016, file photo, a job candidate's resume sits on a table as he interviews for a job with a restaurant during a recruiting event at the Georgia Department of Labor office, in Atlanta. The Labor Department reports Thursday, Aug. 4, 2016, on the number of Americans applying for unemployment benefits a week earlier. (AP Photo/David Goldman, File)

Involuntary discrimination in the workplace is a problem — let’s fix it

Joe Paiva, a retired Army officer and former CIO at the Commerce Department’s International Trade Administration, offers federal and industry executives some ideas for making hiring more equitable and less unintentionally biased.

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