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FedSec - Workplace Reentry and Emerging Telework Issues

Total Credits: 1.0

Labor Law |  Labor Relations
Mike J. McAuley |  Jeff Neal |  Peggy V. Hatcher
58 Minutes
Audio and Video
Original Program Date:
Sep 22, 2021
Product Type:
On Demand - Also available: On Demand  6
Access for 365 day(s) after purchase.


The panel will discuss the issues and considerations facing agencies, unions, supervisors and employees concerning telework and the return to the traditional workplace setting as agencies submit their plans for telework moving forward to the Office of Management and Budget.


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National Counsel

National Treasury Employees Union

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Jeff Neal is the founding Principal for ChiefHRO, LLC.  He served as a Senior Vice President for ICF from 2011 to 2019. Previously, Mr. Neal served in the Obama/Biden administration as Chief Human Capital Officer for the Department of Homeland Security and previously served as Chief Human Resources Officer (J-1) for the Defense Logistics Agency, and Deputy Chief Human Capital Officer for the Department of Commerce. Mr. Neal is a Fellow and Director of the National Academy of Public Administration and previous Chair of the NAPA Board of Directors. He is also a Strategic Advisor to Government Executives (SAGE) for the Partnership for Public Service where he serves on the faculty for the Ready to Govern initiative, training more than 2,000 new SES members over the past several years, and a member of the Board of Directors for Acendre. Mr. Neal is a widely recognized thought leader, and the author of ChiefHRO, a blog which regularly addresses federal human capital issues.

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Federal Managers Association

Peggy V. Hatcher is the director for region 3 (12 states) of the Federal Managers Association.  As an FMA member she served as Federal Managers Association Chapter 125 President, Board of Trustee, treasurer and as the region 3 Secretary. Peggy is also Lead Chemist of Corpus Christi Army Depot. Many of her projects emphasize in cost avoidance and cost reduction by eliminating waste driven work practices in various shops throughout the Depot. Peggy Hatcher was recently inducted to participate in CCAD’s Area Development Plan forecasting and planning of Corpus Christi Army Depot’s future footprint in 20, 30 and 50 years. She is decorated with two Army Civilian Achievement Medals for her participation in a mandated solvent replacement for vapor degreasing. Originally from Corpus Christi TX, Peggy Hatcher holds a Master of Science Degree and a Bachelor of Science Degree in Chemistry from Texas A&M University at Kingsville.

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