Tag: Annual Leave
What happens to your benefits as a federal employee if you leave before you are eligible to retire from federal service?
Non-career appointees who resign from their positions on Inauguration Day have special considerations impacting their pay and benefits. Here is a summary from OPM.
The city council in Washington, DC has voted to give employees there 8 weeks of paid family leave. What will this mean for federal employees who work in the District?
Will federal employees be given an extra day off around Christmas in 2016? Here is our best guess about why that is unlikely.
The Wounded Warriors Federal Leave Act of 2015 recently took effect for certain newly hired federal employees. OPM has provided a fact sheet about who is eligible for this leave program and how to use it.
The Office of Personnel Management has issued guidance on the new disabled veterans leave program that will soon be available for new federal employees, and also reminded current federal workers about leave and workplace flexibilities available to them.
OPM is proposing several changes regarding the use of annual leave by federal employees. The changes will not impact a large number of federal employees but could impact some future disabled veterans.
Senators Brian Schatz (D-HI) and Barbara Mikulski (D-MD) are introducing companion legislation to go with a a House bill introduced earlier this year that would give federal employees six weeks of paid parental leave the birth, adoption or foster placement of a child.