This week on "FEDtalk", host Tony Vergnetti is joined by Jenny Mattingley, legislative director of the Senior Executives Association, Robyn Kehoe, director of Communications and Development of the Federal Employee Education and Assistance Fund, and Traci Dimartini, deputy director of the Chief Human Capital Officers Council.
In this FEDtalk, Eric Katz from GovExec, Joseph Marks from NextGov, Jason Miller from Federal News Radio, and Zach Rausnitz from FierceGov, join to the show to be part of a reporter’s roundtable. The roundtable examines hot topics in the federal workforce, and predicts what the rest of 2014 will bring.
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office ranked #1 in The 2013 Best Places to Work in the Federal Government report produced by the Partnership for Public Service and Deloitte (subagencies, bureaus, divisions, centers and offices).
Fred Steckler, chief administrative officer for the USPTO, joins "FEDtalk" to discuss his agency's climb to the top.
Listen as the conversation explores the history of relocation in the federal government, the differences between relocation in both sectors, and the current trends and best practices in relocation.
This week on "FEDtalk", Jon Adler, president of the Federal Law Enforcement Officers Association, joins host and Federal Employee Defense Services President Anthony Vergnetti, to discuss the top topics currently affecting federal law enforcement officers.
How much control can agencies exert over employees' behavior while they are on work trips? (Radio Show)
Debra Roth, partner, Shaw Bransford & Roth, a federal employment law firm, was a guest on the April 10th Federal Drive show. Listen as she discusses how much control agencies can exert over employees' behavior when they are on work trips.
This week on the Legal Loop, Debra Roth, partner, Shaw Bransford & Roth P.C., a federal employee law firm, joins to discuss federal employees and their right to plead the fifth amendment,
This week on "FEDtalk", Todd Wells and Greg Stanford from the Federal Managers Association, as well as Miguel Aviles from Young Government Leaders, will give federal managers an update on things affecting their career.
Learn about traditional face-to-face training for federal managers as well as creative training opportunities that work outside of an agency budget.
Telework has long been a buzz word in the private and public sector. Industries are increasingly focusing on the return on investment they gain from providing more opportunities for telework to their workforces.
In 2010 Congress passed a law to encourage federal agencies to allow their employees to telework to the maximum extent practicable.
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