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A new report from the Government Accountability Office (GAO) shows that “the backlog of whistleblower and prohibited personnel practices cases at the U.S. Office of Special Counsel nearly doubled between 2011 and 2016, despite sustained efforts to tackle it.”
Last week, the Trump administration rolled out a new executive order (EO) modifying the process surrounding the selection and appointment of Administrative Law Judges (ALJs).
A high quit rate combined with the fact that over 45% of the federal government’s workforce is over the age of 50 increases the need for agencies to think about how they will fill the void that will be created within the next 10-15 years when older workers retire.
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Late last week, in a move potentially impacting tens of thousands of federal employees, the U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM) announced a new proposal “to establish four new General Schedule locality pay areas,” according to Federal Times’ Jessie Bur.
Jeff Pon, director of the U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM), has issued new orders intended to guide implementation of the White House’s recent executive orders relating to federal labor unions’ use of taxpayer-funded time and resources.
Once we hit our 40s, we should have a firm handle on our careers, our family relationships, and have built a strong foundation for long-term financial success. To help you get a gauge on where you are, we’ve put together our 10 Financial Goals to Reach By Age 40.
Most people show at least three. For more, read "Could Your Personality Derail Your Career."
In a new flash poll conducted by the Government Business Council, “as many as one in three federal employees say they recently have been threatened or harassed as a result of performing a job, or know a colleague” who has experienced the same.