PAY & BENEFITS - ALL ARTICLES

Results 5521-5530 of 6234

Senator to introduce personnel reform bill

A coalition of business leaders, academics and good-government organizations are throwing their support behind human capital reform legislation that Sen. George Voinovich, R-Ohio, plans to introduce Thursday.

Customs officers get 21 percent pay hikes

About 2,500 Customs Service agents will get 21 percent raises in August, the head of the Customs Service announced Monday.

New agency could bring new pay system

Federal employees who join the proposed Department of Homeland Security could end up under an entirely new pay system and lose their right to unionize under the Bush administration’s legislative proposal for the new department.

Catch-up slowdown

A bill that would let federal workers over age 50 contribute more money each year to their Thrift Savings Plan accounts has hit a roadblock on Capitol Hill.

Patent Office suspends telecommuting program

Officials at the Patent and Trademark Office have put a popular telecommuting program on hold while they negotiate the terms of a new program with an employee union.

White House discusses new agency with federal union leaders

White House officials met with the leaders of the two largest federal unions on Friday to talk about how the proposed creation of the Department of Homeland Security would affect federal workers.

The loneliest number

How many federal workers got student loan help from Uncle Sam last year?