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- Value of Health IT
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In federal hiring, officials always have to strike a balance: fill the job as quickly as possible, while looking for the right candidate from as big a pool of applicants as possible. A new report suggests evaluating candidates is the weakest part of the entire hiring process.
Tags: management , pay and benefits , OPM , hiring reforms , Partnership for Public Service , Joshua Joseph , NIH , Christine Majors , DoE , Brian Costlow , ODNI , Elizabeth Kolmstetter , employee assessments , Max Cacas
If Congress does what it's promised to do, your chances of working from home should be greatly improved within the next couple of weeks. Senior Correspondent Mike Causey reports on a flip-flop in the way teleworkers are to be picked.
Hosts Bob Leins and John Elliott welcome back special guest, Tom O'Rourke, Attorney, Principal, Miles & Stockbridge, Rockville MD.
Aug. 30, 2010
A new Bureau of Labor Statistics report provides the latest information on how the federal government compares with other industry in hiring persons with disabilities. The report comes as the White House and the Labor Department are pressing agencies and contractors to hire more persons with disabilities. New recruitment and hiring strategies are due in September.
Is the expanded federal tuition debt relief program paying off for the taxpayers or is it a boondoggle that makes Uncle Sam look like Uncle Sap? Senior Correspondent Mike Causey explores the dark side of the debt repayment deal.
The Labor Department has posted a notice of potential rulemaking that could change hiring processes for contractors.
This week, Senior Correspondent Mike Causey talks with Bryan Lowry, president of the American Federation of Government Employees Council of Prison Locals, about what life is like for feds -- and inmates -- in federal prisons.
Bad economic times and a very generous tuition assistance program have teamed up to make Uncle Sam an employer of first choice for many of the best-and-brightest job seekers, Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says.
Are taxpayers getting a good value for their money? That depends on who you ask, and there is no way to answer that question unless a third party steps in. Federal News Radio explores this ongoing issue on In Depth.
We get the inside scoop from Mike Causey.