Congress puts a stop to two popular strategies for maximizing benefits.
The military it wants to be known as a family-friendly employer.
The figure is slightly higher than the 1.3 pay boost for those two groups in 2016.
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Sloan Gibson also said two other officials will be investigated for possible misconduct.
Bipartisan duo says legislation would reinstate constitutional protections.
Judge reverses department’s decision to demote Diana Rubens over relocation benefit and reassignment controversy.
All of the stock-based funds ended January in the red.
President’s upcoming budget proposal reportedly will contain a slightly higher pay boost for members of the military next year.
Companies with 100 employees or more will be required to disclose pay data broken down by race and gender to the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
The change doubles the amount of such leave currently available to most women in the military.