Management & Labor

Washington Works with Unions Before the Bargaining Table

In an unusual approach to boosting employee engagement, the state is bringing in the unions to solve problems earlier.

Feds to Try Tying Work Requirements to Food Stamps

The U.S. Department of Agriculture is looking to fund state pilot projects that combine food assistance and job training in an effort to find the best way to get people out of poverty.

How to Get Public Workers to Care About Their Jobs

A book by a government HR expert explains what drives public-sector workers and how that differs from the private sector.

Health-Care Cuts Driving Public Workers' Retirement Delays

A new survey offers insight into the reasons government employees are increasingly putting off retirement.

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