Merit board warns of pitfalls in changing compensation structures.
Republican introduces an appropriations bill amendment to hold pay level at one department, after failing to secure a governmentwide freeze as part of a separate spending measure.
Republican senator, watchdog agency had argued USPS demonstrated bias in allowing the campaigning.
Hint: It has to do with health insurance.
Official data show serious discipline for feds is rare, but secret settlements obscure true figures.
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Marietta, Georgia, qualifies for a higher rate in 2019, while 21 locations will fall back to standard rates that apply in the rest of the continental United States.
Although uncertainty surrounds whether workers will receive a raise next year, "It’s better than nothing," one employee quipped in response to a poll.
Workforce observers praise the reforms, but caution they’re not a "panacea."
Transit officials have urged customers to use Metro only if they “have no other option.”
Skeptics question whether relocations are an attempt to undermine science.