The Federal Service Impasses Panel ordered an existing telework program remain for some 2,100 attorneys, decision writers and other employees at the Social Security Administration’s Office of Hearings Operation represented by the National Treasury Employees Union.
In the middle of the telework argument are people who believe teleworking is as good or bad as the individual who is allowed to work from home.
The government is limiting itself when it moves away from telework. It makes it harder to recruit and retain talent, and it doesn’t solve underlying problems.
In today’s Federal Newscast, Open Season is underway and the Office of Personnel Management says it has updated its tool for participants to compare plans.
With winter around the corner, the Office of Personnel Management is reminding federal employees how they should respond to an operating status announcement, and when telework comes into play.
Federal News Network took a closer look at employee perceptions of performance management techniques, the government shutdown and telework, among other topics in the 2019 Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey.
Last week we asked readers what they think of teleworking and what agencies rolling back the practice — they had some thoughts.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Office of Government Ethics wants to hear from agencies about the best ways to train and teach employees about ethical matters.
The Social Security Administration said Friday it would delay the end of its telework program by two additional weeks to give operations employees more time to adjust to the policy changes.
The Social Security Administration’s surprise order to end its six-year-old teleworking program, which covers 12,000 employees nationwide, may be just the start of a governmentwide downsizing of the very popular perk. Popular at least with…