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Not everyone can telework, so many at the National Weather Service have braved the snow to make sure we all have the latest storm information.
Compensation and benefits cannot be fully effective unless they are part of an integrated strategy of other programs and practices to attract, motivate and retain top talent.
Sec. Clinton's take on telework is asked for at a town hall meeting with employees.
One expert says Feds need to treat "snow days" as informal tests to assess how effective teleworking plans are and how to improve upon them.
When considering how to save money and "what not to buy in 2010", remember that teleworkers have some special considerations.
Lessons learned from a snow day and how much they really mean.
Who works from home and why.
Be a teleworker and you can maybe save a life.
Here come the holidays, ready or not. Teleworkers might appreciate a little something to make doing the job from home more comfortable or just plain fun.
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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.