MSPB

  • Engaged, Connected, Happy!

    How engaged are the employees at your agency and how is this affecting your department’s productivity? The Merit Systems Protection Board surveyed 35,000 federal employees to find the answers to these questions. Doug Nierle, project…

  • Engaged, Connected, Happy!

    How engaged are the employees at your agency and how is this affecting your department’s productivity? The Merit Systems Protection Board surveyed 35,000 federal employees to find the answers to these questions. Doug Nierle, project…

  • Boosting Productivity, Boosting Morale

    The MSPB has six quick steps to improving your agency’s productivity.

  • Boosting Productivity, Boosting Morale

    The MSPB has six quick steps to improving your agency’s productivity.

  • President nominates Werfel to be OMB controller

    He also nominates new CPSC commissioner and chairwoman of Merit Systems Protection Board.

  • Protected: Senate panel vets MSPB nominees

    A Senate committee has held nomination hearings for the two newest members of the Merit Systems Protection Board — the independent federal panel designated to hear federal worker appeals of personnel decisions made by their agencies. The two nominees, who will be chairman and vice chairman of MSPB, have long backgrounds in work with federal employee unions.

  • MSPB sees real results from job simulations

    Simulations can do a better job of predicting which applicants will perform well on the job, and they can provide a greater degree of fairness in the process.

  • MSPB: How to change hiring while maintaining the mission

    MSPB policy and evaluation office director John Crum explains how to reform hiring while keeping workplace issues in mind.

  • Whistleblowers to gather on Capitol Hill

    An upcoming conference features theme-based workshops led by prominent whistleblowers and good government organizations, a national security panel with star whistleblowers in the industry and more! Tom Devine with the Government Accountability Project has details.

  • Brilliant Worker: Terrible Boss

    What happens when a brilliant scientist, technician or specialist gets promoted to being a manager. Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says a new government study indicates the promotion is often a disaster.