It was announced earlier this month that legislation would be introduced to give federal employees a 5.3% pay increase in 2017. That bill has now officially been introduced in the House.
FedSmith.com users said in a recent poll that federal workers deserve a 5.3% pay raise in 2017.
The American Federation of Government Employees (AFGE) is reporting that Congressman Gerry Connolly (D-VA) has introduced legislation in support of AFGE’s proposal to give federal employees a 5.3% pay raise in 2017.
How much of a pay raise should federal employees get in 2017? President Obama thinks it should be 1.6%, but the American Federation of Government Employees thinks it should be 5.3%. What is your opinion?
From an extra half day off on Christmas Eve to guidance on the new locality pay areas, here are the posts you read the most in 2015.
The American Federation of Government Employees has announced that it is endorsing Hillary Clinton for president in 2016.
Federal employee groups have been expressing their displeasure this week with the president’s proposed pay raise for 2016.
J. David Cox, Sr. will serve another three year term as the American Federation of Government Employees national president.
In the Department of Veterans Affairs, the Secretary reportedly asked for a list of which managers and executives should be fired. This is a first event in the federal sector. The author raises questions about issues this creates for the agency.