A weekly roundup of pay and benefits news.
Employee groups say the bump won’t keep pace with the rising costs confronting seniors.
Agencies use administrative leave largely to pay employees facing disciplinary action, report finds.
Federal Salary Council report says feds now earn on average 35.2 percent less than their peers, a disparity that’s down 0.2 percent from 2013.
Military members can earn up to $400 extra per month.
OPM publishes final rule expanding the Federal Employees Health Benefits Program.
Hint: It involves thinking about what happens after your death.
To save money, the department is reducing the amount employees on extended travel can spend on food and lodging.
Employees view their immediate supervisors much more positively, latest survey shows.
IRS, lawmaker renew call for tax package that includes retroactively doubling mass transit benefit.
VA tops the list for total hours, but doesn’t make the top 10 for hours spent per bargaining unit employee.