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DIA looks to stem attrition through more flexible work options

The spy agency is facing a worrying trend of contracting officers and HR specialists leaving for greener, telework pastures.

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Survey: As agencies turn to hybrid work, many feds want more remote options

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Federal employee engagement stabilizes in 2022 FEVS

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Work team performance during the pandemic gets mixed reviews

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SSA, AFGE renegotiate agreement to give employees more official time

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AFGE advances grievance, claiming HUD preemptively denied remote work applications

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Back to the office: When, where, and mostly, why?

Are you a nervous introvert to who dreads going back to the office? Or are you a lonely extrovert who can’t wait for those sessions around the water cooler?

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How two agencies are approaching employee training in a hybrid work setting

Agencies are thinking about ways to boost employee engagement in a hybrid workforce, with more interactions and shorter learning sessions.

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Top intel official touts telework, increasing workplace flexibilities

Intelligence agencies are increasing telework options and other workplace flexibilities in some cases, as they look to better compete with the private sector for increasingly scarce talent.

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