Tag: Federal Pay

Search Options For Locating Individual Federal Employee Salaries

Filed in Headlines, News by on May 24, 2016 Comments

The latest available federal employee salary data are now available for searching on FedsDataCenter.com. What are options for locating salaries for federal employees by location, occupation, amount of salaries, bonus payments, etc.? Here is a guide on how to use this database.

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Fear Not: New FLSA Rules Aren’t Applicable to Federal Employees

Filed in Headlines, News by on May 23, 2016 Comments

The author reminds federal workers that the new rules regarding salary based coverage under the Fair Labor Standards Act do not apply to them. However, he explains what the new rules are and what they could mean for the federal workforce.

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2017 Pay: Will No Congressional Pay Raise Impact Federal Employees?

Filed in News by on May 19, 2016 Comments

Congress has not had a pay raise since 2009 and is unlikely to have one in 2017. Should Congress receive a pay raise? Will this impact any federal employee pay raise in 2017? Take the survey within the article and express your opinion.

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Which Federal Employees Are Impacted by OPM’s Recent Revised Pay Setting Guidance?

Filed in News by on April 26, 2016 Comments

The U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM) recently updated its fact sheet on setting employee’s pay when moving from a nonappropriated fund (NAFI) position to a General Schedule (GS) position. What exactly does this mean and which federal employees are impacted?

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Congress Proposes New Bill For 25% Federal Pay Raise

Filed in News by on April 1, 2016 Comments

An overwhelming number of lawmakers rode into the Capitol on unicorns today to offer their unwavering support for the federal workforce with a proposal to give federal employees a 25% pay raise.

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You Might Be A Bureaucrat If….

Filed in News by on March 25, 2016 Comments

The author says that the term “bureaucrat” is one of those words that can be used as a slur, an epithet, and/or an insult, but it can also be used to praise someone who understands how government works and uses that knowledge to make it work better. Bearing the latter use in mind, he has made a list of ways federal employees can test to see if they are true “bureaucrats.”

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House Budget Committee Proposes Increasing Pension Contributions, Cutting G Fund Interest Rate

Filed in News by on March 23, 2016 Comments

The House Budget Committee released its budget proposal for 2017 last week, but details at the time were lacking about what it might mean for federal workers. However, a new report from the Committee gives federal employees a glimpse into what the House budget would mean for them.

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Highest Paying Fed Jobs are Often in Smaller Agencies

Filed in News by on March 16, 2016 Comments

How does your federal salary compare with salaries in other federal agencies? Some agencies pay more than others.

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