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Playing Up Performance

Pay-for-performance is starting to seem inevitable, but may still be a long ways off.

House members unveil paid parental leave legislation

New bill would provide eight weeks of paid leave to all federal employees for the birth or adoption of a child.

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Other countries share U.S. government’s workforce challenges

Officials from five major countries cite two common barriers to improving their workforces: compensation and talent shortages.

House appropriators approve 3.5 percent military pay raise

The increase is equal to that recently approved by the House for civilian federal employees.

Government job listings may not reach wide enough

Openings posted on centralized government job search site are not typically searchable through popular engines like Google.

Panel seeks advice on boosting diversity in senior ranks

Possibilities include training for women and minorities earlier in their careers, inclusion of diversity efforts in performance reviews.

When to Retire

How to pick the best time and date to call it a career.

A plane lands near an air traffic control tower at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport.

Controllers at busiest airports retiring in large numbers

New analysis shows breakdown in contract talks has led to jump in controller retirements.

Pushing Parental Leave

The idea of granting paid leave to new parents is gaining traction on Capitol Hill.

Pay reform, recruiting cited as top personnel challenges

Officials caution against implementing a "one-size-fits-all" approach.

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