Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says when it comes to workplace sexual harassment, most men are still Cro-Magnons.
We hear that the hiring freeze has slowed things down and that workers are terrified for their jobs, but Senior Correspondent Mike Causey wonders if we’re talking to the wrong people.
Happy William Henry Harrison Day. Actually, this holiday, officially known as Washington’s Birthday Holiday, has been hijacked by merchants hoping you might buy more if it honored more people. But Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says it’ll always be GW’s birthday to him, and Martha.
Senior Correspondent Mike Causey asked if the government would function better if it was easier to fire people, and got some feedback.
Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says the best paid federal workers aren’t here, and if you want a pay raise, your best move is to move.
If Congress reinstates the Holman rule, Senior Correspondent Mike Causey wants to know what’s next: dunking stools along the Potomac?
Those new super buyouts worth $40,000 are now in effect and Mike Causey says they could benefit younger feds too.
Guest columnist Ken Gold examines how President-elect Donald Trump will build up the armed forces, reduce the deficit and cut taxes, as he promised.
Guest columnist Steve Hellem wonders if millennials in government are probably thinking the same way baby boomer feds do.
Guest columnist Jim Halbruegger shares some of the lessons he’s learned in his long federal career.
Guest columnist Steve Hellem posits a different approach for feds worried about how to deal with the incoming Trump administration.
On this government holiday, Senior Correspondent Mike Causey recalls his days as a young, starving reporter.
Federal workers in the Washington-Baltimore area will be getting their biggest pay raise in years next month. Senior Correspondent Mike Causey has a city-by-city breakdown.
What is the fastest growing group of federal workers? Scientists, IT specialists or millionaires? Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says the answer may surprise you.
Stock market prognosticators predicted doom and gloom prior to the election. Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says the reality is quite different since then.