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The most sought-after benefit for feds during a pandemic

Leave has been a hot commodity for federal employees in the pandemic. Congress has made a handful of attempts to add, preserve or clarify paid leave for…

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House Democrats seek expansion of paid leave program for federal employees

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Congress will let federal employees carry over more annual leave into 2021

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The race is on to implement federal paid parental leave

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What feds need to know about the upcoming paid parental leave program

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Slim pickings on big federal workforce changes in 2021 legislation

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Annual leave carryover, new anti-discrimination safeguards for feds in House NDAA

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House committee clears NDAA with federal paid parental leave fix

The House Armed Services Committee easily passed its version of the 2021 defense authorization bill Wednesday night. The bill contains provisions needed…

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13,000 jobs in jeopardy at USCIS

In today’s Federal Newscast, the Trump administration is reminding Congress of budget challenges at US Citizenship and Immigration Services.

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House Democrats call for retroactive expansion of paid parental leave to federal employees

In a letter to House leadership, a group of congressional Democrats said new paid parental leave benefits should extend to federal employees who recently had or will have a new child before the original Oct. 1 implementation date.

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