While the federal government may have ended a 16-day shutdown and called furloughed employees back to work, the stop-gap bill passed by Congress and signed by the president elicited little in the way of celebration.
Many of the cyber threats to federal networks come as a result of security lapses by the users themselves.
Federal workers will report back to work after lawmakers finally approved legislation to provide short-term funding to reopen the government.
A union released the results of a survey of its members that the organization said demonstrates the severe effects that the government shutdown and sequestration cuts have had on federal employees' finances.
Planning is underway at many offices for celebrations for Halloween, Thanksgiving and other holiday events, but before you start shopping for the perfect costume or outfit and researching the best potluck recipes, make sure you know how to avoid potential office party disasters.
As congressional lawmakers continued to try to settle on a plan to reopen the government and address the fast-approaching debt ceiling deadline, the leader of one union urged the president to come to the aid of federal workers affected by the shutdown.
While the Office of Personnel Management issued furlough guidance at the beginning of the government shutdown, it has since fined-tuned the document to address questions that have emerged over the past two weeks.
Here's new idea about how you might be able to exert a little portion control in your extracurricular eating: Take some visual cues from the items on your desk.
You've probably heard of Monday morning quarterbacks. What about Monday morning eaters?
There might be something more than your co-worker in the next cube chewing on ice that is irritating you while you’re in the office.
While Tuesday began with hopes that a bipartisan Senate bill to reopen the government might be a first positive step toward ending the government shutdown, House Republican leadership soon announced its intention to offer its own bill, which the Senate majority leader immediately characterized as "nothing more than a blatant attack on bipartisanship."
Individuals and organizations alike acknowledge the advantages of making sure employees are inoculated against the most recent strain of influenza. But the benefits may extend even further than most of us thought.
With all the news about jobless numbers, budget cuts and furloughs, now more than ever workers are keen on ensuring they have job security, so the last thing you want to do is be a repeat offender of calling in sick. So when should you make the call?
Congress and the White House may be—very slowly—closing in on some agreement through their most recent shutdown/debt ceiling talks, but the effects of the shutdown continue to grow unchecked.