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Due to forces beyond anybody's control the retirement tidal wave, the Tsunami that was supposed to render Uncle Sam brain-drained has been cancelled. Mike Causey asks the experts what happened.
They said it couldn't be done.
They were wrong.
What do you do if a coworker comes in dressed as a Nazi storm trooper, or if the boss asks you to put drops in his ears? Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says that problem employees and nasty bosses can make or break an office and he's got some examples.
Join hosts Bob Leins and Tammy Flanagan as they welcome back Federal News Radio's very own Mike Causey.
September 27, 2010
May 18th, 2009 at 10:05 AM
Join our special guest, Mike Causey, Senior Correspondent, Federal News Radio, along with NITP hosts, Bob Leins, and John Elliott for an hour of discussing the current hot issues: FERS Sick Leave, Roth TSP, CSRS Part-Time, and much more.
Federal, military and Social Security retirees were delighted last month when it appeared they were on track for a January cost of living adjustment of around 3.3 percent, but Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says living costs are down, believe it or not, and the COLA may be in danger of stalling.
When times were good having a federal job was nice. When the going got tough having a federal job was golden. But next, Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says, comes the political backlash to the point where many feds are having second thoughts about their career goals.
Which of the following items are NOT at stake in the current White House-Congressional debt limit dance: pay raises, your insurance premiums, the health of your brand-new puppy or future raises for federal and Social Security retirees? Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says it's both serious and confusing and, maybe down the road, amusing too.
Getting and keeping a security clearance is vital in a growing number of federal jobs. And useful when feds retire and go into the private sector. But are those all-important clearances going to be harder to get, and keep in the future? Senior Correspondent Mike Causey explains.
Federal and postal workers and retirees are under so many attacks that many of them don't know which of the threats is real and which is most serious. Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says a lot of people are worrying about something that probably won't happen while ignoring several bigger threats.