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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An employer that fires workers shortly before they vest in a pension, retiree health or other benefit should be...
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Eliminating the tax exclusion for employer-provided education assistance, as the House tax reform bill proposes, could inhibit employers’ ability...
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The Philadelphia Commission on Human Relations has adopted regulations interpreting portions of a city ordinance, which if upheld, would...
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