Telework is an important part of a sustainable workplace, reducing carbon emissions from vehicles and—as anyone who commutes via I95 or I270 can tell you—improving employee morale. Continue reading How much work would a teleworker work if a worker could work via telework?
Brenda Malone will serve as special advisor to the Acting Under Secretary for Finance and Administration until her retirement in June. Continue reading Director of the Office of Human Resources is retiring
Angela Ameen is the Smithsonian’s Associate Director for Human Resources, effective Sept. 4.
Brenda Richardson Malone has been named the Director of the Office of Human Resources, effective Dec. 11. She succeeds Jim Douglas, who retired from the position in June. Continue reading Georgetown VP joins Office of Human Resources
Jim Douglas, Director of the Office of Human Resources, will retire from the Smithsonian on June 30 after 40 years of distinguished service. Continue reading Human Resources director retires after 40 years
The Smithsonian is offering voluntary buyout and early retirement opportunities to qualified Federal employees. Continue reading Eligible Feds can request a buyout or early retirement for a limited time
The recent Supreme Court decision overturning the Defense of Marriage Act means that same-sex spouses are eligible for Federal health insurance and other benefits. The Office of Human Resources has some guidance on adding eligible spouses and children. Continue reading Welcome to the Smithsonian family!
Federal employees may be eligible for a voluntary buyout or early retirement incentive. Continue reading Secretary Clough announces buyout opportunity
2010 Trust Benefits Open Season and Benefits Fair—Ripley Center, Nov. 16 and Nov.17, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. Employees are encouraged to attend the 2010 Benefits Fairs. Don’t miss this opportunity to meet with representatives from various benefits plans who will be available to answer your benefit coverage questions.