Advice for procrastinators on evaluating your health insurance options.
Top diversity official calls the move a "shock to many" that was "hard for me as well."
A weekly round-up of pay and benefits news.
The group’s long awaited report stops short of privatization calls, but would kneecap postal unions.
Analysis: Deployed Civilians Can’t Get Worker’s Comp — and That’s Bad News for a Military that Depends on Them
Thanks to a legal double standard, a civilian injured or sickened in a warzone has an impossible burden of proof.
The Thrift Savings Plan’s portfolio of international stocks continued to stall last month.
Ill Nuclear Workers’ Benefits Petitions Have to Be Reviewed Within 6 Months. Some Have Languished About a Decade.
A petition filed by a Los Alamos worker has been in limbo for 10 years. At the Savannah River Site, a petition has lingered for 11 years. At Sandia National Laboratories, workers have been waiting seven years for a final decision.
Observations about those who have succeeded in the planning process.
A demand for $5 billion in border wall funding could complicate efforts to provide a pay raise for federal workers in 2019.
Presidents have historically granted feds a vacation day on Dec. 24 to make a four-day weekend in years when Christmas falls on a Tuesday.
A nonprofit offers advice as Dec. 10 deadline for making FEHBP changes draws nearer.