HR Headline Roundup for Feb. 25-March 1, 2019

NAPA Asks How Can Government Agency Management Be Improved, National Academy of Public Administration

You have a few more weeks to share your thoughts on “the most important thing that government can do to improve its management and operations so it has the capacity to address the most critical challenges facing the United States.”

Where Are the Stories About Government’s Vital Work?, Government Executive

The author suggests that agencies could better share their successes by following the lead of the Veterans Benefits Administration, which each Monday posts a weekly workload report.

Women Say N.Y. State Agency Let Sex Harassment Go on for Years, AP

A male employee of the New York State Office for People With Developmental Disabilities has kept his job despite being accused of repeatedly groping and exposing himself to female co-workers. The alleged behavior has prompted EEOC complaints, criminal charges and a push among state capitol workers to hold elected officials accountable for inappropriate and threatening behavior.