Recently introduced legislation aims to provide pay parity between any raises given to General Schedule and Wage Grade federal employees.
The author discusses the process for providing pay increases to federal employees under the Federal Wage System (FWS) for 2017.
What is the correct pay when there is an unscheduled shift change for a General Schedule employee?
Who is and who is not entitled to receive locality pay?
I’m a FWS supervisor. Management recently announced that each supervisor now will work only 4 out of ten holidays each year, and will be excused from work on the six holidays they are not scheduled to work. In the past, we get paid if we work or not, and, as a result, were paid holiday premium pay for the time worked on each holiday. Do we have rights in this situation?
If I work in Shawnee County KS, which is just outside Kansas City, and will be covered by the new GS Kansas City-Overland Park-Kansas City MO/KS locality pay area, will my WG-5 wage automatically increase to the same level as that paid to WG-5 employees whose duty station is Kansas City?
Legislation has been introduced in Congress to ensure that there is only one local wage area within a locality pay area. What impact would this legislation have on federal employees’ pay if it were enacted, and what brought about the introduction of the legislation? The author explains what you need to know.
Wage grade federal employees will see a 1% pay increase with the spending bill now being signed into law.