Perspective | If 2017 posed problems for feds, 2018 could be worse with attacks on pay, benefits

If 2017, with President Trump’s hiring freeze and political machinations, posed difficulties for federal employees, 2018 could be worse.

They did get a 1.9 percent pay raise this year, but now administration officials are considering a wage freeze and are attacking government data indicating that federal pay lags far behind that of the private sector. Don’t forget White House and congressional Republicans’ proposals to cut retirement and health-care benefits. They weren’t approved last year, but they remain poised for takeoff.

The following article is a must read for federal employees.

Source: Perspective | If 2017 posed problems for feds, 2018 could be worse with attacks on pay, benefits

 

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