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Completely revised with the most recent 2012 principles, rules and approaches! contains complete chapters on:
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* assurance: FEHB, existence assurance, FLTCIP and medical
* Federal retirement structures: CSRS, FERS, incapacity and Social Security
* Federal worker merits: paid day without work, go away, staff’ repayment and Medicare
* Thrift discount rates Plan: plan strategies, funding concepts and taking loans out of your TSP
* Federal employment and hiring approaches, together with downsizing policies
* Taxation of federal funds and merits, together with IRS provisions and kingdom annuity taxes
* Lists of contacts for unions, OPM, merits administration and more!
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Agency-Based Discretionary Authorities Highest Previous Rate—Upon re-employment, transfer, reassignment, promotion, demotion, or change in type of appointment, agencies may set the rate of basic pay of an employee by taking into account a rate of basic pay previously received by the individual while employed in another civilian federal position (with certain exceptions). This rate may not exceed the maximum rate of the employee’s grade. C. 203(c) & (d) for General Schedule employees. C. ) Premium Pay, Exceptions to the Biweekly Limitation—An agency may make an exception to the GS-15, step 10, biweekly limitation on premium pay during emergencies involving a direct threat to life or property.
This rate may not exceed the maximum rate of the employee’s grade. C. 203(c) & (d) for General Schedule employees. C. ) Premium Pay, Exceptions to the Biweekly Limitation—An agency may make an exception to the GS-15, step 10, biweekly limitation on premium pay during emergencies involving a direct threat to life or property. If the agency determines that such an emergency exists, the premium pay paid to an employee performing work in connection with that emergency, when added to the employee’s rate of basic pay (including any locality payment or special salary rate), must not cause his or her total pay to exceed the rate for GS-15, step 10 (including any locality payment or special salary rate), on a calendar year basis.
An employee is eligible for grade retention as a result of a RIF only if the employee has served for at least 52 consecutive weeks in one or more positions under a covered pay system at one or more grades higher than the grade of the position in which the employee is placed. An employee is eligible for grade retention based on a reclassification of his or her position only if, immediately before the reduction in grade, that position was classified at the existing grade or a higher grade for a continuous period of at least one year.
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