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President Obama has signed an executive order that replaces the controversial Federal Career Intern Program with three consolidated 'pathways.' Administration officials say the old hiring system put agencies at a competitive disadvantage with private sector employers.
Tags: management , hiring , pay and benefits , Federal Career Intern Program , Merit Systems Protection Board , OMB , Jared Serbu , American Federation of Government Employees , Colleen Kelly , John Gage
Will the big changes in Congress mean big changes for federal employees? Bill Bransford, general counsel for the Senior Executives Association, joins Mike Causey for this week's Your Turn.
November 3, 2010
Tags: Your Turn , Mike Causey , Bill Bransford , Senior Executives Association , Congress , election , pay and benefits , pay raise , furlough , Pledge to America , hiring freeze , Barack Obama , Bill Clinton , pay debate , Election 2010
Factor in benefits and pensions and federal civil servants earned about $123,049 in 2009.
We're hearing loud applause from at least one group for the proposed return to the definition of "inherently governmental."
In recent years, human capital managers all over the federal government are coming to realize that they need to go the extra mile to recruit the new generation of feds, and keep them in the tent through their productive years. Now, in an exclusive report, FederalNewsRadio's Max Cacas reports that the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, an agency already considered one of the "best places to work in the federal government", has negotiated a new contract with its biggest labor union including significant new scheduling flexibilities for almost all its workers.
The National Treasury Employees Union has canceled its planned candlelight vigil at the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial this evening due to the cold weather.