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A new Federal News Radio survey finds that almost half of all respondents do not think federal human resource processes will improve. Employees also say they think most of the HR processes need to be overhauled, but think the GS System works.
The Federal Managers Association has elected longtime member and Association Chapter President Patricia Niehaus to the position of FMA National President. We talk with her about what's ahead.
What does the transition from the National Security Personnel System have in common with a bikini wax? Senior Correspondent Mike Causey, as usual, thinks he has the answer - which also raises a lot of questions.
How do you push 226,000 people through the bureaucratic version of the eye-of-a-needle without harming their career path or their paychecks? Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says a lot of Defense Department workers, exiting the NSPS, are about to find out.
The Defense Department is on track to transition the majority of its more than 220,000 civilian employees out of the National Security Personnel System by Sept. 30, more than a year ahead of deadline.
On this week's show, Senior Correspondent talks about what's happening with the National Security Personnel System, as well as a proposed one-time $250 payment for federal retirees.
Senior Correspondent Mike Causey explains.
Returning 220,000 Defense Department civilians to their old jobs after several years in the National Security Personnel System is, according to Senior Correspondent Mike Causey, a task similar to that of putting toothpaste back in the tube. So how's it going to work?
What do you call 220,000 federal government orphans? They are Defense Department civilians who were dragged into the National Security Personnel System which is now being dismantled. Senior Correspondent Mike Causey talks about the forced conversions today.
Is there going to be life after the National Security Personnel System? Did you ever hear of a GS 14, step 15? Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says shutting down the controversial pay-for-performance system will be hard on some high-flying feds.