Although Open Season is over for federal employees, it’s a great time to evaluate your life insurance coverage. Here’s what you need to know.
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When it comes to the public sector, HR teams have had a particularly rough time staying competitive.
Why aren’t more government employees working remotely?
It’s something every federal government worker has likely contemplated: “Should I stay with the government or try the private sector?” It’s up to you.
Detail assignments are an underutilized tool in the federal workplace. Learn how managers and employees alike can benefit from detail assignments.
If you’re a federal employee who’s worried about new threats to your pay, benefits, retirement and workplace rights, you are not alone. A large slice of the federal workforce is just as apprehensive as you are.
If you’d prefer the 2015 State of the Union to be a surprise, stop reading now because there’s spoilers ahead.
I stumbled into the federal government by accident. When I quit swimming after my sophomore year of college, I waited tables to help pay tuition. As my senior year progressed, I realized I needed to gain some accounting experience. A local tax preparer called and asked my roommate if she was interested in a job.Read… Read more »
http://www.psretirement.com/applying-for-benefits/ When a federal employee dies family members or representatives must apply for benefits. Benefits are not automatically distributed. The forms differ depending on the retirement system your deceased family member was a part of. Standard Form (SF) 2800 is used for those individuals who were covered under the Civil Service Retirement System (CSRS). StandardRead… Read more »
For the second month in a row, the Thrift Savings Plan’s S Fund returned in the red. And in fact if you look over 12 months, the S Fund is up more than 20%. According to statistics from the Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board, all other TSP funds yielded gains in April, albeit small ones.Read… Read more »