Defense Department officials told a House panel this week that military recruiting is in good shape—for now—but that challenges lie ahead.
The Senate late Thursday afternoon easily passed omnibus appropriations legislation to fund the government for the remainder of fiscal 2014. The bill, which lawmakers approved b a vote of 72-26, now goes to the president for his signature.
The Federal Employee Education and Assistance Fund announced it is taking applications for its 2014-2015 FEEA Scholarship Program.
The fiscal 2014 omnibus appropriations bill took a step closer to the president's desk Jan. 15 as the House approved the spending package by a lopsided vote of 359-67.
The National Association of Letter Carriers this week praised Congress for preserving six-day mail delivery service in the bipartisan omnibus spending bill released this week.
The Senate on Wednesday passed a three-day continuing resolution to avert a government shutdown as the prior CR expired. The president planned to sign the measure, which the House approved Tuesday.
About three-quarters of the federal workforce consisted of clerical jobs in 1950, but those positions are rapidly evaporating.
A federal employee group that scores members of Congress on how consistently they support the interests of federal employees said its voting record scorecard for the first session of the 113th Congress shows a growing number of perfect and high scores among lawmakers—but also a soaring number of "zero" scores.
The Department of Veterans Affairs on Jan. 14 has announced the availability of as much as $600 million in grants for an initiative that targets veteran homelessness.
Budget cuts can translate to workplace woes for those who have to deal with them. And doing more with less often triggers higher levels of stress for employees.
OK, so you may not like to eat broccoli. But your joints may thank you if you do.
You are what you eat. And according to one researcher, if you eat bad foods, you may be more likely to do bad things.
Sleep can quickly become an afterthought, especially when you are making so much progress in getting closer to your career objectives or personal goals, but like food and water, our bodies need sleep. It’s critical; a necessity for survival.
If you made a resolution to change your eating behavior at the beginning of the year, you may want to start with breakfast—particularly if weight loss is part of your goal.