While it might be nice to work from home, there are some issues that arise that so-called regular workers don’t have to deal with, especially when it comes to privacy and security.
Michael Keating, senior editor for Government Product News, joins host Mark Amtower to talk about the GSA scandal, and other big stories in 2012. January 7, 2013
Is it fair to make teleworking federal employees work during a snow day when the rest of the government is closed? Jeff Neal, former Chief Human Capital Officer of the Homeland Security Department, thinks so.
A long-time employee of the IRS shares the pros and cons of teleworking with Senior Correspondent Mike Causey.
The Agriculture Department’s decision to reduce how often employees can telework has been more difficult to implement for certain offices.
The Agriculture Department has made a dramatic cutback in the amount of time its workers are allowed to work from home. The Education Department is said to be considering the same thing. Cabinet officers and agency…
The backlash to plans to reduce teleworking in some government offices is being met with resistance from other workers who say that teleworking has lots of drawbacks.
Does teleworking improve productivity and cutback on traffic jams or is it creating a class of socially backward workers?
Is today, right now, the golden age of teleworking in government or are some agencies going to reduce the number of teleworkers and cut back on their days at home?
Senior Correspondent Mike Causey asks what feds who are stuck at the office think of teleworking and its effects on customer service and social interactions.