Premiums in the health-care program for federal employees and retirees will increase by 8.7 percent on average for 2023 — the largest increase in more than a decade.
“Pay gap” between federal employees and comparable private sector workers has stayed about steady over the two years since the last assessment by the Federal Salary Council.
A study finds federal employees less satisfied with their jobs ]and less engaged with their work despite the change to the avowedly pro-employee Biden administration.
Lawmakers are demanding answers as federal workers and retirees report widespread problems with a new operating platform for their retirement savings program.
The Thrift Savings Plan will open a long-planned mutual fund “window” June 1, allowing for targeted investing in stock, bond, commodities and other markets in addition to the index-based funds the TSP itself offers.
The vote on Susan Tsui Grundmann for a seat on the three-member Federal Labor Relations Authority has been a top priority for federal unions, who have been waiting for a Democratic majority to reverse a number of Trump-era decisions they argue are over…
The White House told federal agencies on Thursday to hold off on reinstating a coronavirus vaccination mandate for millions of employees, hours after an appeals court rejected an earlier injunction that had blocked the executive order.
Federal agencies must test unvaccinated employees at least weekly starting Feb. 15, the Biden administration said in new guidance issued on Tuesday.
Most federal employees in the Washington area will receive a pay raise of just above 3 percent in January 2022 while raises in other areas will range from about 2.4 to 3.2 percent.
Agencies will continue to counsel, but not suspend or fire, federal employees who have not yet complied with vaccine mandate until at least early next year, the White House has told unions.