Federal Workers' Salaries Research Paper by The Research Group

Federal Workers' Salaries
An analysis of the factors shaping government wages including labor competition, cost vs. funding, types of benefits, merit pay, the Civil Service Reform Act, Senior Executive Service, performance measurement and politics.
# 21483 | 4,050 words | 16 sources | 1994 | US
Published on Feb 28, 2003 in Public Administration (General) , Labor Studies (General)


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"There are a wide variety of factors that influence the salary and wage structures of federal workers (Daley, 1992; Lee, 1979; Matzer, 1988a; Nicolay, 1989; Ohren, & Reese, 1990; Shafritz, Hyde, & Rosenbloom, 1986). Among these are two fundamental issues. That is, the federal government is confronted with the need to provide sufficiently handsome salaries and wages to effectively recruit and retain highly desirable workers. In support of this fact, Lee (1979) and Matzer (1988a) report that all levels of government, including the federal level, must insure that both direct (i.e., salary and wage) and indirect (i.e., healthcare benefits and other benefits) compensation be sufficient to attract and retain the desired types of employees. The following is noted as relevant to this problem."

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