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The 2011 Federal Employees Handbook

Fedweek

Published February 1st 2011
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Kindle Edition
611 pages
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As you may know, theres a lot of information available to federal employees in the form of downloads and sometimes brochures or pamphlets, but most often they can fall woefully short in many areas.FEDweek steps in and fills the void where theMoreAs you may know, theres a lot of information available to federal employees in the form of downloads and sometimes brochures or pamphlets, but most often they can fall woefully short in many areas.FEDweek steps in and fills the void where the federal government and others leave off, adding to and translating official language to make it easier to understand and to use. Written by our veteran team of experts, the 2011 Federal Employees Handbook contains the very latest critical information on your federal pay and benefits and workplace policies and will help you take full advantage of your opportunities and avoid costly mistakes.All New in The 2011 Federal Employees Handbook:-A close look at the new personnel authorities for the Departments of Defense and Homeland Security - their pay, performance evaluation, hiring, disciplinary and other procedures that mean huge changes in work life for employees working there and possible precedents for other agencies-The latest on contracting-out policies and how they might threaten your job-New hiring authorities that could affect your promotional potential, including how veterans preference comes into play-New leave benefits for employees called to active military duty-The latest on what happens to your benefits if you separate before retirement eligibility-New loan and other policies at the Thrift Savings Plan-How you might qualify for a payment from the human capital performance fund-Guidance on what will be expected of you in emergency situations-Latest policies and figures on health, life and long-term care insurance, flexible spending accounts, federal retirement, Social Security and other benefits