Nearly 90% of Pentagon Employees Said Telework Hasn't Hurt Productivity

A report from the Defense Department’s inspector general found that early IT issues following the shift to maximum telework stemmed from component agencies failing to perform required test runs.

The Hidden Toll of Remote Work

Switching to Zoom forever might be convenient, but it’s a recipe for loneliness.

Will Your Work Ever Get Back to Normal?

With more and more people getting the COVID-19 vaccine, a group of experts breaks down what work could look like in a post-pandemic future.

GovExec Daily: How to Telework Better with 'Show and Tell'

Michael Lee Stallard joins the podcast to discuss how to better connect with team member during remote work.

Managers: It's Time to Bring Back 'Show and Tell'

How you can connect your remote team through personal knowledge.

Only Your Boss Can Cure Your Burnout

People refer to various forms of malaise as “burnout,” but it’s technically a work problem. And only your employer can solve it.

4 Causes of ‘Zoom Fatigue’ and What You Can Do about It

Video chat platforms have design flaws that exhaust the human mind and body, leading to "Zoom fatigue." But there are easy ways to mitigate the effects.

How to Make Federal Telework Work Beyond the Pandemic

The administration needs a strategy that empowers employees and helps agencies deliver on their missions.

GovExec Daily: Overcoming the Limits of Technology During Telework

Clint Padgett joins the podcast to discuss how to encourage conversation and collaboration while most people are working remotely.

Employees Raise Concerns as IRS Recalls Staff From Home Ahead of Tax Season

IRS is no longer allowing at-risk workers to take safety leave rather than report to their offices.

OPM Clarifies Weather Closure Policy Amid Maximum Telework

Although many federal workers have been working remotely due to the COVID-19 pandemic, OPM reiterated the importance of following inclement weather closure procedures for feds who still commute.

The Remote-Work Revolution Will Be Bigger Than We Think

The past year has offered a glimpse of the nowhere-everywhere future of work.

Why You Should Turn off Your Camera During Zoom Meetings

It's not just to hide clutter anymore—leaving your camera off during your next virtual meeting could help save the planet, too.

Inauguration a Holiday for D.C.-Area Feds, Even Those Teleworking Due to COVID-19

The quadrennial bonus day off will still apply to capital region feds in 2021 even though many are not commuting to the office.

Americans Got Tired of Looking Bad on Zoom

The pandemic’s at-home workers are discovering what internet influencers have long known: If you want to be taken seriously, get good lighting.