MSPB Studies
The Merit System Principles: Keys to Managing the Federal Workforce
Adverse Actions: A Compilation of Articles
The Merit System Principles: Guiding the Fair and Effective Management of the Federal Workforce
Preventing Nepotism in the Federal Civil Service
Training & Development for the Senior Executive Service: A Necessary Investment
What is Due Process in Federal Civil Service Employment?
MSPB Finalized 2015-2018 Research Agenda
The Impact of Recruitment Strategy on Fair and Open Competition for Federal Jobs
Veterans' Employment Redress Laws in the Federal Civil Service
Veteran Hiring in the Civil Service: Practices and Perceptions
MSPB Proposed Research Agenda Topics for 2015 - 2018
Sexual Orientation and the Federal Workplace Policy & Perception
Evaluating Job Applicants: The Role of Training and Experience in Hiring
Preserving the Integrity of the Federal Merit Systems: Understanding and Addressing Perceptions of Favoritism
Clean Record Settlement Agreements and the Law
Managing Public Employees in the Public Interest: Employee Perspectives on Merit Principles in Federal Workplaces
Federal Employee Engagement: The Motivating Potential of Job Characteristics and Rewards
Employee Perceptions of Federal Workplace Violence
Blowing The Whistle: Barriers to Federal Employees Making Disclosures
Telework: Weighing the Information, Determining an Appropriate Approach
Prohibited Personnel Practices: Employee Perceptions
Women in the Federal Government: Ambitions and Achievements
MSPB Finalized 2011-2013 Research Agenda
Making the Right Connections: Targeting the Best Competencies for Training
Whistleblower Protections for Federal Employees
A Call To Action: Improving First-Level Supervision of Federal Employees
Prohibited Personnel Practices: A Study Retrospective
Fair & Equitable Treatment: Progress Made and Challenges Remaining
As Supervisors Retire: An Opportunity to Reshape Organizations
Job Simulations: Trying Out for a Federal Job
Addressing Poor Performers and the Law
Managing for Engagement - Communication, Connection, and Courage
The Federal Government: A Model Employer or a Work in Progress?
The Power of Federal Employee Engagement
Alternative Discipline: Creative Solutions for Agencies to Effectively Address Employee Misconduct
Federal Appointment Authorities: Cutting through the Confusion
In Search of Highly Skilled Workers: A Study on the Hiring of Upper Level Employees From Outside the Federal Government
Attracting the Next Generation: A Look at Federal Entry-Level New Hires
Accomplishing our Mission, Results of the Merit Principles Survey 2005
A Report on the Proceedings, The Practice of Merit, A Symposium
Navigating the Probationary Period After Van Wersch and McCormick (2007)
Reforming Federal Hiring -- Beyond Faster and Cheaper
Contracting Officer Representatives Managing the Government's Technical Experts to Achieve Positive Contract Outcomes
Designing an Effective Pay for Performance Compensation System
Building a High-Quality Workforce, The Federal Career Intern Program
Reference Checking in Federal Hiring: Making the Call
The Probationary Period: A Critical Assessment Opportunity (2005)
Managing Federal Recruitment: Issues, Insights, and Illustrations
Customer Satisfaction Survey Results: The Readers' Voice
Identifying Talent through Technology -- Automated Hiring Systems in Federal Agencies
What's On the Minds of Federal Human Capital Stakeholders?
The Federal Workforce for the 21st Century: Results of the Merit Principles Survey 2000
Help Wanted: A Review of Federal Vacancy Announcements
The Federal Selection Interview: Unrealized Potential
Making the Public Service Work -- Recommendations for Change
Customer Satisfaction Survey Results: MSPB Readers Speak Out
The Federal Merit Promotion Program: Process vs. Outcome
Assessing Federal Job Seekers in a Delegated Examining Environment
Growing Leaders: The Presidential Management Intern Program
The U.S. Office of Personnel Management in Retrospect -- Achievements and Challenges After Two Decades
Competing for Federal Jobs: Job Experiences of New Hires
Restoring Merit to Federal Hiring: Why Two Special Hiring Programs Should Be Ended
The Role of Delegated Examining Units: Hiring New Employees in a Decentralized Civil Service
Federal Supervisors and Poor Performers" -- the second in a series which looks at human resources issues in the Federal governme
Office of Policy and Evaluation Customer Survey Results
Civil Service Evaluation: The Evolving Role of the U.S. Office of Personnel Management
Federal Supervisors and Strategic Human Resources Management
The Changing Federal Workplace: Employee Perspectives
Adherence to the Merit Principles in the Workplace: Federal Employees' Views
Achieving a Representative Federal Workforce: Addressing the Barriers to Hispanic Participation
Fair and Equitable Treatment: A Progress Report on Minority Employment in the Federal Government
The Rule of Three in Federal Hiring: Boon or Bane?
Sexual Harassment in the Federal Workplace -- Trends, Progress, Continuing Challenges
Removing Poor Performers in the Federal Service: An Issue Paper
Leadership for Change: Human Resource Development in the Federal Government
Temporary Federal Employment: In Search of Flexibility and Fairness
Working for America: An Update
Entering Professional Positions in the Federal Government
1993 Evolving Workforce Demographics: Federal Agency Action and Reaction
Whistleblowing in the Federal Government, An Update
The Changing Face of the Federal Workforce: A Symposium on Diversity
Federal Personnel Offices: Time for Change
Federal Personnel Research Programs and Demonstration Projects: Catalysts for Change
Federal Blue-Collar Employees: A Workforce in Transition
Civil Service Evaluation: The Role of the U.S. Office of Personnel Management
A Question of Equity: Women and the Glass Ceiling in the Federal Government
Federal Workforce Quality Measurement and Improvement
Workforce Quality and Federal Procurement: An Assessment
Federal First Line Supervisors How Good Are They
To Meet the Needs of the Nations: Staffing the US and the Public Service of Canada
Balancing Work Responsibilities and Family Needs
Title 38 Personnel System in the Department of Veterans Affairs: An Alternate Approach
SES Pay Setting and Reassignments Expectations vs Reality
Why Are Employees Leaving the Federal Govt
OPM's Classification and Qualification Systems: A Renewed Emphasis, A Changing Perspective
Federal Personnel Management Since Civil Service Reform: A Survey of Federal Personnel Officials
Senior Executive Service: Views of Former Federal Employees (1989)
Delegation and Decentralization: Personnel Management Simplification Efforts in the Federal Government
A Report on the Conference on Workforce Quality Assessment
Who is Leaving the Federal Government? An Analysis of Employee Turnover
TVA & MP 1989
U.S. Office of Personnel Management and the Merit System: A Retrospective Assessment
First-Line Supervisory Selection in the Federal Government
Toward Effective Performance Management in the Federal Government
Attracting Quality Graduates to the Federal Government, A View of College Recruiting
1988 Sexual Harassment Report -- An Update
Performance Management and Recognition System: Linking Pay to Performance
Expanded Authority for Temporary Appointment: A Look at Merit Issues (1987)
Reduction in Force, The Evolving Ground Rules
Judicial Views on Prosecution of Prohibited Personnel Practices
In Search of Merit: Hiring Entry-Level Federal Employees
1986 Getting Involved
The 1984 Report on the Senior Executive Service
Report on the Significant Actions of the Office of Personnel Management During FY 1982
Reduction-in-Force in the Federal Government, 1981: What Happened and Opportunities for Improvement
The Elusive Bottom Line: Productivity in the Federal Workforce
The Other Side of the Merit Coin Removals for Incompetence in the Federal Service
Breaking Trust: Prohibited Personnel Practices in the Federal Service
Whistleblowing and the Federal Employee: Blowing the Whistle on Fraud, Waste, and Mismanagement--Who Does it and What Happens
A Report on the Senior Executive Service
Status Report on Performance Appraisal and Merit Pay Among Mid Level Employees - June 1981
Report on the Significant Actions of the Office of Personnel Management During FY 1980
Do Federal Employees Face Reprisal for Reporting Fraud, Waste, or Mismanagement?
Sexual Harassment in the Federal Workplace, Is it a Problem?