workplace safety

Bob Tobias, professor at the Key Executive Leadership program of American University

Returning to the office, it’s about a lot more than the office or the building

Many employees want to return to their offices not because they’re so great, but because they want to renew human connections weakened over the past year.

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U.S. Navy/MC2 Markus CastanedaPHILIPPINE SEA (June 8, 2019) The amphibious transport dock ship USS Green Bay (LPD 20) and the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force amphibious transport dock ship JS Kunisaki (LST 4003) sail in formation during a training exercise with other U.S. Navy and Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force warships. Ashland is underway conducting routine operations as part of the Wasp Amphibious Ready Group (ARG) in the U.S. 7th Fleet area of operations. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Markus Castaneda/Released)190608-N-WI365-1036

Watchdog: Ex-Navy auditor sexually harassed female workers

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executive director of the Office of Congressional Workplace Rights

Office that oversees congressional employee rights having a busier new year than normal

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Federal employees disheartened by Capitol riots but unsure how to rectify damage

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(Victoria Evans)Soldiers in initial military training at Fort Jackson, S. C., line up to eat, May 11, 2020. (Victoria Evans)

Forthcoming Army plan seeks to ‘transform’ organic industrial base

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Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) at Federal Triangle in Washington D.C.

EPA employees fear phase three reopening, declare ‘no confidence’ in agency safety efforts

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(Getty Images/iStockphoto/Poike)Men is typing on laptop computer keyboard

Federal contractors describe onboarding in the age of coronavirus

Speaking as part of Washington Technology’s Virtual Power Breakfast panel, representatives of federal contractors shared how their companies shifted…

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A shuttered storefront is padlocked as the Stewart County courthouse is reflected in the town square, Tuesday, Nov. 12, 2019, in Lumpkin, Ga. The town has few available resources, only three immigration lawyers work here full time. There are no hotels and many businesses in the downtown are shuttered. (AP Photo/David Goldman)

As agencies reopen, federal buildings security sheds light on coronavirus protections

The Interagency Security Committee is looking to ensure a safe return of employees and visitors to federal buildings as more agencies to reopen offices,

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Manuel Figueroa

National Park advocates call for slow, controlled re-opening

A group that includes many National Park Service former employees and supporters is urging the Trump administration to go slow when it comes to reopening America’s public wilderness.

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