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Netflix’s 5 Tenets of HR

What it’s like to work at a company that threw out the rule book.

Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., previously said his legislation could be taken up on Feb. 6, but it got waylaid.

Senate to Take Up Veterans' Bill Later This Month

Measure tackles a range of issues, including health care, education and employment.

A Park Service employee clears snow Thursday on the grounds of the Lincoln Memorial.

Washington Offices on Two-Hour Delay Friday

Announcement comes as second round of snow tapers off in capital region.

People clear snow after a storm in Baltimore Thursday, Feb. 13, 2014.

More Snow Days No Longer Means Less Work for Feds

Dramatic growth in telework keeps federal employees are on the job even when they’re out of the office.

What a Snow Day Can Teach You About Your Organization

Is your office set up to work anywhere at any time?

OMB Cites Progress On Agency Performance Goals

New management priorities are expected in President Obama’s fiscal 2015 budget next month.

The National Treasury Employees Union references CBP agents in the campaign.

Union Wants to Change the Conversation On Federal Employees

Ad campaign ‘They Work for U.S.’ is aimed at countering fed-bashing.

This Type of Commute Makes People More Miserable Than Any Other

A new study confirms what commuters already know but goes one step further.

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