The Inaugural address provides clues as to how the Trump administration may view federal employee pay and benefits.
The author points out that federal employees take an oath of office as part of their job duties, much like the president does. He analyzes the meaning behind this oath as it relates to one’s duties as a federal worker.
Can you explain why Inauguration Day is treated differently than other legal public holidays, for “in lieu of” purposes? Some of OPM’s guidance on the holiday is perplexing.
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.
Some federal employees can take off for a week in January by using three days of annual leave. Here is how and why.
What paid holidays can federal employees expect in 2017? Here is the official list.