For most of the Postal Service’s 600,000-employee workforce, work continues as usual, but in a heightened state of vigilance.
The Office of Personnel Management has more guidance on telework, sick leave and other options as agencies prepare their workforces for the growing spread of the coronavirus.
A reader asks a tough question: How long should a terminally-ill fed keep working to get the most from their benefits?
In today’s Federal Newscast, up to $1 billion from DoD is now available to help support the Homeland Security Department’s drug enforcement efforts at the southern border.
The Office of Personnel Management has clarified how excepted employees can properly take paid leave during the government shutdown and weighed in on how all employees will be paid once the lapse in appropriations ends.
As the government shutdown continues past the 30-day mark, agencies are scrambling to respond to questions and unprecedented challenges they’ve never encountered before.
Federal News Network is soliciting your questions about your pay, benefits, retirement and other topics during the government shutdown.
David Warner explains why paid sick leave for federal contractors may present both a cost and an administrative burden.
Over the objections of contractors in a variety of industries, the White House is pushing ahead with new rules. One requires a week of sick leave for every employee. Attorney Ken Rosenberg, a partner at Fox Rothschild, tells Federal Drive with Tom Temin what’s next.
Business groups are looking warily at yet another proposed new rule from the Obama administration. This one would require contractors to have mandatory paid sick leave. John McNerney, general counsel at the Mechanical Contrators Association of America, tells Federal Drive with Tom Temin the new rule could damage contracts with the government.