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The first unofficial holiday of the government's fiscal year, Halloween, is traditionally the time when horrible job-related rumors are revived. After scaring many federal workers and retirees the scary stuff always goes away. But Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says this year things may be different.
How federal managers can prepare for furloughs, layoffs and hiring freezes from the Partnership for Public Service's John Palguta.
This week, Mike discusses what a lame duck Congress will mean for feds with Bill Bransford, partner, Shaw, Bransford & Roth. Topics include congressional pay cuts, furloughs for feds, and a 2011 pay freeze.
September 29, 2010
There is serious talk that nervous politicians will make another run at legislation that would freeze federal pay next year. So how do rank-and-file feds feel about the prospect? Senior Correspondent Mike Causey finds you might be surprised.
You can insult a man, tell a woman she's putting on weight or remind the arresting officer that you've got his number and you pay his salary and maybe get away with it. But mess with a federal workers' paycheck and Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says you've got a very Uncivil Servant by the tail.
Is Congress going to make another attempt to freeze your salary? Does a bear schlep in the woods? Some experts tell Senior Correspondent Mike Causey it isn't a question of if, but when.
When the Senate voted not to freeze your salary it may have deprived federal union leaders with what Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says would have been their greatest ever recruiting tool: anger.
Forget about a federal pay freeze. Why don't we cut to the chase and simply cut federal salaries? While it may be a popular idea, Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says this one requires a little more thought.
Have you heard about the federal pay freeze, about a cushy postal service buyout offer or that retirees may have to take a cut? Those are some of the false rumors making the rounds. Senior Correspondent Mike Causey gives his take about rumors-on-steriods.
Most people agree that it is time for some belt-tightening, but Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says in an ideal world it is somebody else's belt. Read, listen and maybe learn today.