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6 Ways to Reenergize Your Work This Year

As the winter drags on, use these tips to infuse your work with some needed energy.

How to Mock Your Boss On Facebook Without Getting Fired

The National Labor Relations Board says you have the right to bellyache about your employer online -- but there are few important limits.

OPM sets delayed opening for Washington agencies Monday

With wintry weather likely during morning rush hour, feds urged to stay off the roads.

Ask EIG: How Do I Motivate and Retain Talent During Sequestration?

Perspectives on motivating your team in the face of looming budget cuts.

Clinton calls for ‘more leeway’ in disciplining employees

State Secretary says regulations prevented her from firing anyone over Benghazi.

Millions of pages of secret historical documents being unveiled to the public

National Archives staff works overtime to release or re-classify 90 million pages.

HUD seeks more detailed pay data on top officials

Department wants breakdown of executive compensation from public housing authorities.

Obama kicks off new fight over consumer watchdog

President re-nominates Cordray to head Consumer Finance Protection Bureau.

Lew would enter Treasury with lower net worth than predecessors

Obama nominee’s wealth is similar to immediate predecessor, but far less than Bush appointees.

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