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Federal Workers: Results of Studies on Federal Pay Varied Due to Differing Methodologies
Robert Goldenkoff (au)
A careful consideration of federal pay is necessary to support the recruitment and retention of a competent, successful government workforce. Recent studies comparing the compensation of federal workers to workers in other sectors have produced varying findings. To improve understanding of federal pay setting, this report examined (1) how annual pay adjustments for the General Schedule (GS) system are determined; (2) the extent to which the pay increases and awards available to GS employees recognize individual performance, and how the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) provides oversight of pay increases and awards; and (3) how selected studies compare federal and private pay and total compensation and the factors that may account for the different findings. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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