Jeff Neal says the potential for AI will change how employees work, present new risks and change how the American people interact with the government.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Office of Personnel Management answered some lingering questions that popped up due to the recent partial government shutdown.
As agencies gain more specific authorities to hire new employees, the size of the excepted service has grown over the past 20 years, according to a new study from the Office of Personnel Management.
As we move to a new generation of HR systems and to service delivery models that include more shared services, Jeff Neal says we have a perfect opportunity to get it right.
The Veterans Affairs Department now has at least seven top leadership positions that are vacant or led by acting officials.
The Veterans Affairs Department has a shortage of medical professionals, but it also lacks the human resources expertise and flexibility it needs to bring top talent in more quickly.
In lieu of the Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey, the Veterans Affairs Department opted to create its own agencywide survey to more accurately measure employee engagement.
A long-time participant in the push toward greater use of shared services says it’s time to think beyond simply moving to a shared service provider source and start thinking about service delivery transformation.
CHCO Peter Shelby wants to consolidate HR offices from 172 to just a few and he said it all begins with developing a standard leadership program
Acendre, a talent management agency said HR managers will be talking a lot more about artificial intelligence and engagement in 2018