Sharon Roth, senior research analyst in the policy and evaluations office at the Merit Systems Protection Board, shares the latest research on managing employees.
When the Agriculture Department announce plans in August to relocate hundreds of employees from the D.C. area, some wondered whether the agency could force them to move. Former DHS CHCO Jeff Neal offers his take.
My most recent post addressed settlement agreements and when they may make sense for an agency. There are also reasons why settlement agreements can be a terrible idea. Here are three that I find particularly troubling
These and others are reasons why settlement agreements are a useful tool in the employee relations toolbox.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Government Publishing Offices takes another stab at finding a vendor to print and mail 2020 census forms.
A new report from Sen. McCaskill’s office says the Trump administration’s 2019 budget would cut five Inspectors General office’s budgets and give nine IG offices less than what they requested.
The president’s three nominees for the Merit System Protection Board (MSPB) had a long-awaited and easy Senate nomination hearing. But the task ahead of them will be much more difficult.
The House Oversight and Government Reform Committee once again is considering changes to the disciplinary appeals process for federal employees.
Oversight committees in both chambers of Congress this week will consider the president’s nominees to sit on the Merit Systems Protection Board, along with other changes to disciplinary actions and probationary periods for federal employees.
For those making claims — including for disability benefits — against government agencies, some federal judges say they should pay attention to a new White House directive allowing administrative law judges to be politically appointed.