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Why I Criticize Candidates During Job Interviews (And You Should, Too)

While it might be slightly awkward to provide real-time feedback during a job interview, here's why it is important.

Sen. Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., questioned the director of USPTO about any potential reorganization.

Patent Office Director: No 'Significant' Reorganization Planned

The agency tasked with adjudicating intellectual property claims will continue to staff up in the coming years to tackle the patent application backlog.

President Donald J. Trump and President Emmanuel Macron walk in Paris in 2017.

The Foreign Leaders Trump Favors

This week’s state visit cements Emmanuel Macron’s reputation as one of the president’s closest friends. But he’s not the only one.

Navy Rear Adm. Ronny Jackson, M.D., left, sits with Sen. Johnny Isakson, R-Ga., chairman of the Veteran's Affairs Committee, before their meeting on April 16.

Trump Officials Defend VA Pick as He Gears Up for Contentious Confirmation

VA secretaries typically sail through confirmation, but Ronny Jackson’s lack of experience has the White House on the defensive.

Management Chief: Trump Administration Will Renew Push for Performance Pay Fund

In an interview with NextGov, OMB Deputy Director for Management Margaret Weichert said the Trump administration would push for civil service reform legislation.

Is the Senate Bill to Protect Mueller Constitutional?

Legal scholars say the bipartisan legislation could run into trouble at the Supreme Court.

Confusion Lingers at EPA Offices as Employees Lack Direction on Fate of Closures

One closure is proceeding "full steam ahead" despite questions about congressional intervention.

How to Identify Emerging Leaders

These three lenses of awareness will help you find the executive potential in your organization.

Glacier National Park in Montana.

Many Lose Jobs After National Park Service Changes Interpretation of Seasonal Work Rule

Employees say a new policy barring people from working multiple seasonal jobs in a year is being applied inconsistently and retroactively.

Want To Be Happier? Little Changes Can Help

How can we be happier? In a world where stress and anxiety can easily overtake good days, a new book has some answers.