This article discusses the public views about seting up a government health insurance company to compete with private firms in the same sector. The article lets us know about what people think, what they agree to, and what they disagree too.
A growing number of Washington proponents assert that creating so-called �green jobs� can help revive the economy. But there is no consensus on the definition of green jobs, and Republicans caution that demand for them should emerge from the market rather than through government fiat.
This article talks about a new report from Harvard University that human resources observers urging not only to embrace technology in recruiting new employees but also to choose the right tools for their target audience and more transparency.
This article talks about a new book, "People Factor: Strengthening America by Investing in the Public Sector" by Linda Bilmes and co-authored by Scott Gould, the new deputy secretary at the Veterans Affairs Department, which highlights possible way forward to change HR system.
This article discusses about the Federal knowledge management programs and mentions how the supporters want their practice to be used. It puts a little light on various tools of knowledge management and tells us that the committee proposed that the Federal governmentwide program should be established so agencies do not have to build their own program.
The article enforces the use of social networking by Federal agencies in relation to conducting out various processes such as hiring college graduates and managing multi-generational workforce. The article tells that the federal government has successfully embraced the communication tools of the Millennial generation.