Research studies show that police officers with a college degree provide evidence of better overall job performance and better advancement opportunities then their colleagues without a college degree. Having a college degree also significantly reduces the likelihood that...
It shouldn't come as a shock that workers crave job security. But that idea hasn't registered with employers, according to benefits consultancy Towers Watson. A pair of new surveys released recently by the firm – one of 32,000 workers worldwide and another of 1,637...
While the concept of automatically escalating 401(k) paycheck deductions annually may sound unappetizing to some HR leaders because of the added costs they can incur, the results of a recent survey indicate employees may be ready to dig in.
Public sector organizations continue to face human resources challenges. These well-documented issues include imminent retirements, competing for and attracting new employees in a multi-generational workforce, motivating and retaining talent, and perceptions of an out-of-balance...
Employees eligible to retire could instead work half-time while receiving half a pension, under phased retirement regulations issued Aug. 7 by the Office of Personnel Management. Retirement-eligible employees will be able to submit applications for phased retirement on Nov....
Bryan Jeffries, the chief of Arizona's firefighters' association, has been arguing to anyone who will listen that his members — and the state's police officers, too — should volunteer to cut their own pension benefits. Jeffries,...
To delete or not to delete? That is the question state employees are confronting about emails they receive on the job. Emails may be personal or trivial or seemingly unimportant, but they may also be records, and as such should be properly retained. "Any email that documents...
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