By Emily McKenna FederalNewsRadio The Office of Personnel Management wants the Chief Human Capital Officers to provide more organized attention to the 3R’s: recruitment, relocation, and retention incentives. OPM director John Berry outlined these requests…
Worldwide ERC President and CEO Peggy Smith, and Linda Rothleder, president of Rothleder Associates, will talk about relocation in the public and private sector. March 7, 2014
Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.) wrote a letter to the Justice Department pushing for action on this latest scandal at the Veterans Affairs Department.
The Office of Personnel Management is letting agencies forego previous 2010 spending levels on recruitment, relocation and retention (3Rs) to help them hire new cybersecurity talent. Agencies must tell OPM of their plans and what critical needs they want to fill before getting approval.
Banged-up cars and seizing ship engines. A slice of federal programs isn’t going as planned.
Veterans Affairs Deputy Secretary Sloan Gibson wrote to Congress this week, asking that it begin work immediately to repeal cuts to the agency’s award and incentive spending. Congress cut VA’s performance bonus budget by about 20 percent next year to cover opioid-addiction treatment programs for veterans.
Some powerful members of Congress have wondered aloud whether more federal agencies should be moved out of Washington. House Oversight Committee Chairman Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah) says that would put them closer to the people they regulate. Bob Tobias, professor in the key executive leadership program at American University, tells Federal Drive with Tom Temin that’s not such a good idea.
Host Bob Leins welcomes Marc Levine, Esquire, to the studio to talk about unique topics in estate planning. August 14, 2017
Host Bob Leins welcomes Mike Townshend, retirement and aging authority. With the New Year coming, now is a good time for a self-assessment. What might this include?
Agencies offered special payment authorities, such as retention incentives or student loan repayments, to less than 6 percent of the federal workforce between fiscal 2014 and 2016, according to a new study from the Government Accountability Office.