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Does Life Imitate Art at Goldman Sachs?

When Greg Smith quit his job running a London based line of business for Goldman Sachs he acted out the fantasy of everyone who’s ever wanted to tell their employer what they really think of them as they walk out the door.

FAA and air traffic controllers extend contract four years

Agreement comes six months before the current pact was set to expire, CNN reports.

Interior headquarters are located in Washington, D.C.

Interior drafts plan to cut 7 percent of staff

Downsizing strategy comes in response to an OMB request, Federal Times reports.

David Cameron and Barack Obama held a joint press conference Wednesday.

Obama, Cameron defend Afghan timetable

Withdrawal is still targeted for 2014, U.S. and U.K. leaders say.

Attorney General Eric Holder says automatic cuts could be devastating.

Sequestration could mean furloughs for many Justice employees

More than 100,000 employees could be forced to take several weeks of unpaid vacation in 2013.

Happiness and Productivity Go Hand-in-Hand

Federal Labor Relations Authority chairwoman oversees dramatic improvement in employee satisfaction and agency performance.

Friction between union, managers at Social Security goes public

OPM chief Berry responds to complaint on composition of labor-management forum.

Office of Personnel Management Director John Berry.

Congress urged to slow down on pay and benefits reforms

OPM chief warns lawmakers from both parties that meddling too much could hurt recruiting.

Energy secretary backtracks on high gas prices

Steven Chu retracts his now-infamous 2008 statement about boosting prices at the pump.

What Kind of Weather are you Making?

For the past couple of years, I’ve had a lot of great conversations with my clients about the idea that leaders control the weather.