The Trump administration took a big step in its long march to peel back legal and regulatory protections on wrongful firing and discrimination against federal employees—and feds are reacting in outrage and focused action to stop the move.
Federal employees and their unions are blasting—and trying to roll back—the recently announced price rise in health insurance premiums. How much is the increase? If you haven’t heard, brace yourself: almost 5 percent!
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce led a nationwide coalition of trade associations and business groups in a letter opposing the Trump administration's executive order on diversity and inclusion training.
The Army needs to develop specific skill sets and retool or retrain existing workforce, said Mark Gorak, the director of people analytics for the Assistant Secretary of the Army Manpower and Reserve Affairs.
Federal agencies are their own worst enemy in hiring and keeping staff for a kaleidoscope of government jobs, according to a recent survey of federal executives.
The coronavirus pandemic was a driver in keeping premium hikes lower than otherwise would have been the case, according to an OPM official.
Federal employee’s health plans will include more options for remote medicine as the COVID-19 pandemic grows across the country.
As social distancing becomes the norm, the Army increasingly looks to virtual training.