Pay Is the Priority
- One-Check Payroll for Federal Employees. // Banking;Sep64, Vol. 57 Issue 3, p58
Deals with the legislation introduced by Senator A. Willis Robertson on June 23, 1964 about the use of a one-check payroll plan for U.S. federal employees. Details of how the one-check payroll plan works; Use of the payroll plan in the Armed Forces; Benefits of the scheme.
- Pay hike OK'd. // Government Executive;Oct97, Vol. 29 Issue 10, p8
Reports on United States President Bill Clinton's approval of pay increases for federal employees under the General Schedule for 1998.
- What It Will Take to Fix Federal Pay. Risher, Howard // Government Executive;11/24/2014, p5
The article reports on the delay over U.S. federal pay revisions and the ccontentious debate concerning it. The chairman of the Senate's Homeland and Governmental Affairs Committee, Senator Ron Johnson has announced plans to hold hearings and to make the federal salaries competitive. However, he...
- The General's Wages. // America;9/8/1934, Vol. 51 Issue 22, p506
The article focuses on the salary increase of U.S. Administrator Hugh Johnson. It notes that Johnson has been provided with a wage increase despite a period of universal wage cutting. It adds that following a complaint about how he cannot maintain himself on his wages, the government granted...
- You get what you pay for. // Gay & Lesbian Times;4/24/2008, Issue 1061, p8
The author offers views regarding the statement of Richard Ottilie, a member of the Salary Setting Commission, that 746 firefighters, 31 lifeguards and 16 librarians are making more in salary than the San Diego City Council in California. According to the author, it seems a bit backwards that a...
- Rethinking Federal Pay Should Be a Promise, Not a Threat. Risher, Howard // Government Executive;12/3/2014, p1
The article focuses on the U.S. Federal Employee Pay Comparability Act that was enacted 25 years ago and takes a look at its present relevance. The law provided for the alignment of General Schedule salaries with nonfederal pay levels--less 5 percent to reflect the value of federal benefits. The...
- Fifty years of BLS surveys on Federal employees' pay. Buckley, John E. // Monthly Labor Review;Sep2009, Vol. 132 Issue 9, p36
The process of adjusting compensation for General Schedule (GS) Federal employees has changed considerably over the past 50 years; the change significantly affected the BLS occupational wage survey programs
- Employment cost index--private industry. // Economic Indicators;Aug96, p15
Presents statistics on the employment cost index for the private industry in the United States, for the period 1986 to June 1996.
- Top elected officials. // Long Island Business News (7/1993 to 5/2009);4/1/96, Vol. 43 Issue 14, p40
Ranks the top elected officials in the United States based on their salary. Includes Congressmen Gary Ackerman, Mike Forbes, Daniel Frisa, Peter King and Rick Liazo; Senators Alfonse D'Amato and Daniel Moynihan; Governor George Pataki.