Gates are closed at the McPherson Square Metrorail Station in Washington, Wednesday, March 16, 2016. The Metrorail system that serves the nation's capital and its Virginia and Maryland suburbs shut down for a full-day for an emergency safety inspection of its third-rail power cables. Making for unusual commute, as the lack of service is forcing some people on the roads, while others are staying home or teleworking. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais)

Your ideal work-from-home schedule: No days, every day or something in between?

Will the office ever look the same once the pandemic is over? One small agency surveyed its employees and supervisors about telework, and here’s what they…

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How two agencies are thinking about a post-pandemic, partially remote federal workforce

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Federal pay compression didn’t get worse in 2021, but it didn’t get much better either

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Trump makes 2021 federal pay raise official for civilian employees

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Federal locality pay: Broken or underfunded?

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As locality pay list grows longer, feds may see ‘relatively lower pay increases,’ OPM says

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Would you take less pay, smaller pension for better lifestyle?

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Slim pickings on big federal workforce changes in 2021 legislation

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OPM to create a new locality pay area, expand another

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House appropriators stay silent on federal pay for 2021

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Your home, office and locality pay, part 2

At least one agency, under a limited pilot program, allows its employees to work from anywhere in the United States, while accepting a duty station and…

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Life after coronavirus: Work from home, from anywhere — but take a locality pay cut?

Much of the federal workforce has spent the three months working from home. When work is about what you do, not where you do it, where does that leave…

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Cars sit in traffic along Florida Avenue in the Shaw neighborhood, in Washington, Wednesday, March 16, 2016. The Metro subway system that serves the nation's capital and its Virginia and Maryland suburbs shut down for a full-day for an emergency safety inspection of its third-rail power cables. Making for unusual commute, as the lack of service is forcing some people on the roads, while others are staying home or teleworking. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)

Work life after COVID-19: Work from home, work for less?

If you could work from home, would you work for less?  That’s not an option for federal workers, yet, but it could be part of the major upheaval many experts predict as the world comes out of and slowly adjusts to life after the pandemic.

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