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To make an omelette you have to break eggs, right? Using that recipe as his guide, the Speaker of the House says as many as 200,000 federal workers may have to go to help trim the deficit. Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says this puts him in the running for two prestigious, competing awards.
Federal workers are under a two-year pay freeze, Congress is looking at furloughs and pension cuts and yet, we are told, these are the good old days. Things may get tougher for you and your agency. Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says while it may not be the end of the world, this is definitely not just a drill.
WFED's Mike Causey analyzes the potential impact of the 2012 budget proposal.
The Causey Awards recognize the exceptional efforts of those distinguished individuals who work in the Human Capital Management field specifically in pay, benefits, human resources and human capital issues in the federal government and in industry. Nominate someone today.
Millions of retired federal workers are still in shock over their February annuity checks. Many got $20 to $50 less than they had expected. Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says there is light at the end of the tunnel in the form of a hotline telephone number.
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On February 11, 1964 the Beatles performed their first American concert in Washington, D.C. Senior Correspondent Mike Causey was there and shares some memories with us.
Were you ever an unwilling passenger in a high-speed, high-stakes game of chicken? Well, if you work for Uncle Sam, Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says you are on board for what could be the ride of your life. Or job.
The government is proposing a 15 percent pay raise for employees...that's the good news...the bad news is that it is not the U.S. government that's come up with this plan. So what's going on? Mike Causey has a roadmap.
Benefit checks of most federal/postal retirees shrunk this month and Washington is playing the blame game to determine who is responsible. Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says it'll be the IRS, OPM or the lame duck Congress, almost for sure.
The federal government in the Washington area has so far shut down one day because of snow and another time authorized workers to leave two hours early because of a pending snowstorm. What would Chicago do? How about Atlanta? We ask Senior Correspondent Mike Causey.