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The Old Switcheroo

It may be worth your while to do your homework and consider changing health plans during this year’s open season.

Employees urged to weigh a switch in health plans

Analyst says that with changing premiums and options, participants risk leaving money on the table if they stand pat.

SEC, union sign new collective bargaining agreement

Contract establishes telework policy and flexible work schedules, but pay-for-performance issues remain unresolved.

High-ranking Park Service official pleads guilty to travel fraud

Special agent admits to using a government credit card for nine personal trips.

Sick Leave Saga

FERS employees want credit for their unused sick leave in retirement. Lawmakers may be listening.

Senators urged to overturn Social Security provisions affecting federal retirees

But as always, the stumbling block is the price tag of repealing the Government Pension Offset and the Windfall Elimination Provision.

Goal-setting, training called keys to telework

Agencies urged to view telework as an organizational tool, not a reward for high-performing employees.

Report praises OPM’s workforce planning

GAO says agency responded aggressively to 2004 survey results, but could improve training and supervisor-employee relations.

DHS touts success in senior-level hiring

Amid criticism from lawmakers, Homeland Security met all its hiring targets for fiscal 2007, the agency’s top personnel official says.

So Many Choices, So Little Time

Open season for health, dental and vision benefits is only a week away, so it’s time to consider whether you want to make any changes to your coverage.

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