Using variable pay to reward workers for achieving goals is now common in the private sector. For federal workers, however, pay is still largely set by education and job position, with raises based on tenure. The new White House budget plan is the latest attempt to give federal workers incentive pay based on job performance.Tags: Benefits Compensation Equal Pay Pay
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If the Labor Department fails to finalize a new overtime-pay rule before the 2020 elections, the rule struck down...
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The House Republicans’ tax reform bill would eliminate the deduction for employer-provided tuition assistance and the tax exclusion for...
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Paying workers in countries where the employer has no registered presence can be tricky. Many organizations fail to realize...
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Employees like receiving subsidies from their employers to defray commuting and parking costs, but tax reform—if enacted—could transform this...
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