The recent decisions to eliminate telework at major companies show a lack of understanding of the practice's benefits.
New survey finds that leaders fail to wisely manage limited resources.
The Agriculture Department is trying to reduce its headcount as its budget tightens.
The Obama administration's pledge to pay the legal fees of contractors who run into trouble for sequestration-related layoffs might not be legal.
More focus on building and enhancing the employer brand could help agencies find and keep talent.
A growing wave of retiring feds is leaving a knowledge gap, and experts fear the next tier of employees may not be ready to step up.
Today's children are tomorrow's workforce -- plugged in, connected and ready for an office without walls. Will the government be ready for them?
Videoconferencing technology could save the federal government nearly $13 billion every year, according to at least one estimate, but agencies face hurdles in adopting it.
First designated as high risk 11 years ago, human capital management is still on the front burner.
The bureau could face serious challenges, GAO finds, unless steps are taken to identify and bridge gaps in mission-critical IT occupations.
Rehired federal employees who draw annuity payments could be paid full salaries as well, despite a rule against it, but agencies are rarely using their waiver power, GAO finds.
Stephen Ander, now a consultant at Gallup, developed a plan to improve the Secret Service's hiring process while working there.