Planning a federal pay raise party? If so, Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says you may want to hold down expenses by making it a BYO affair.
Federal News Radio counts down the 10 most read stories of 2015. Find out what topics were most on the minds of our readers last year.
Didn’t you know that there would be a catch to the SES pay raise? Senior Correspondent Mike Causey has the details.
With the ceiling for Grade 15 being raised and members of the Senior Executive Service getting a pay boost, Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says federal managers are finally getting some long overdue love.
Federal workers in the Washington-Baltimore area are due a locality pay raise next year, but Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says it may be smaller than expected.
Government zombies? The civil service version of the undead! Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says they exist and many of them are right in our backyard.
If the boss offered you a tax-deferred, 5 percent pay raise, would you take it? Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says a lot of government workers say no.
Greg Stanford and Katie Maddocks of the Federal Managers Association and benefits expert Tammy Flanagan join host Mike Causey to discuss a pending pay raise for federal workers and retirees, the new self-plus one health care option and the possibility of a government shutdown. September 30, 2015
In Depth host Francis Rose sits down with Rep. Gerry Connolly (D-Va.) for a conversation about some of the top stories impacting federal employees.
A new “We the People” petition posted on WhiteHouse.gov calls for President Obama to give federal employees “a meaningful pay raise” this year. It was first posted on Aug. 31, a few days after President Barack Obama proposed an across-the-board, 1 percent pay raise for civilian federal employees and a 1.3 percent raise for members of the military in 2016. The petition needs 100,000 signatures for the White House to respond.