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Working for the Federal Government, What Every Employee Should Know

If you have never worked for the Federal Government, it is important that you take a few minutes and read this information. If you have worked for the Federal Government and have been away for a while or are a current Federal employee, you should also review this information because a number of rules and procedures have changed. A word of advice - there are many things you will learn throughout your employment in the Federal workforce. Pay close attention, save all your paperwork, learn where to go and get answers, and never assume anything is the same from day to day. Please keep this booklet as a handy reference. Should you have any questions or concerns, please call the Office of Human Resources Management (EXRM) on 301-504-7925.

Staffing:

Recruitment:

Vacancy Announcements:

  • Are used to advertise and describe job openings in CPSC and other Federal agencies.
  • Provide the grade level, promotion potential, location and the requirements of the job.
  • Are posted in each CPSC Regional Office; at Headquarters on the electronic bulletin board; on our CPSC Website at www.cpsc.gov; and when appropriate on OPM's website at www.usajobs.gov
  • Are normally posted for no less than two weeks.
  • Are open, depending on the vacancy, to CPSC employees only, to all current Federal employees or to everyone who qualifies.
  •  Please follow the directions in the vacancy carefully because you will not be considered eligible if you don't furnish all of the required information.

Employment:

  • Probationary or trial period:
  • All competitive and excepted employees on a permanent appointment are on probation for one year.
  • Supervisors will recommend retention or separation before the end of the first year.
  • All new supervisors serve a one-year supervisory probationary period.

Notification of Personnel Action (SF-50):

  • You will receive a copy of a SF-50 for every personnel action taken. The original is kept in an official personnel file in the Office of Human Resources Management.
  • You should keep a copy of every SF-50 you receive.

Background Investigation:

  • All new permanent employees and some temporary employees must have a security background investigation.

Official Personnel Folder (OPF):

  • The OPF contains all official government papers associated with your employment.
  • It is a permanent record that transfers with you to other Federal agencies or to the Federal Records Center when you leave Federal service.
  • You may review your OPF by making an appointment with an employee in the Office of Human Resources Management.
  • You should keep a copy of all the forms associated with your employment.

Employment of Relatives:

  • The employment of relatives is not appropriate if you have anything to do with their selection, promotions, performance appraisals or awards.
  • The definition of a relative is: father, mother, son, daughter, brother, sister, uncle, aunt, first cousin, nephew, niece, husband, wife, father-in-law, mother-in-law, son-in-law, daughter-in-law, sister-in-law, brother-in-law, stepfather, stepmother, stepson, stepdaughter, stepbrother, stepsister, half brother or half sister.

Resignation, Transfer or Termination:

  • You must notify your supervisor at least two weeks in advance of your last day.
  • You must submit your reason for leaving on a Standard Form 52 (Request for Personnel Action).
  • You must complete a Clearance Checklist (CPSC 236) and take care of any financial obligations before you leave.
  • If you leave Federal service you receive a lump sum payment for any unused annual leave, not sick leave.
  • If you transfer to another Federal agency your annual and sick leave are transferred.

Promotions and Reassignments:

  • Agencies may promote, demote or reassign career or career conditional employees under a variety of circumstances. They also may make time-limited promotions of up to five years to fill temporary positions, accomplish project work, fill positions temporarily pending reorganization or to meet other temporary needs. Most career promotions are either career-ladder or processed through the merit promotion plan.
  • General Schedule employees who are promoted to a higher grade must receive a pay increase equal to or above two steps of the former grade.
  • A career or career-conditional employee of one agency may transfer, without a break in service, to an equivalent competitive service position in another agency without competing.
  • To transfer to another Federal agency, you must meet the qualification requirements for the position. Employees must also be found suitable for employment in competitive service positions.
  • If the current appointment is subject to a suitability investigation, that condition continues after the transfer.
  • Generally, you become eligible for promotion after spending a year in your current grade and gaining experience doing the full range of the duties of the position for one year. However, being eligible for promotion does not guarantee you will be promoted. You must compete and be selected for a vacancy at a higher grade level unless the promotion is within your "career ladder".
  • What is a career ladder? When a position has a range of grade levels, for example 5,7,9,11, with a maximum grade of 12, and the vacancy announcement stated that there was promotion potential to the 12, it is a career ladder position. Normally, after completing one year you are eligible for promotion to the next grade. Being eligible does not necessarily mean you will be promoted. There are three criteria:
  • You are performing at a fully successful level.
  • The agency spending levels would not be adversely affected.
  • There is enough work in the unit at the next grade level for you to be promoted.

Classification:

Position Description:

  • Your position description is a description of your duties and responsibilities.
  • It is used to determine your grade level and pay.

Classification:

  • The comparison of your duties to the government-wide standard/guideline used to determine grade level.
  • Job assignments and duties are used to determine grade level, not "on the job" performance.

Employee Relations:

  • Performance Management System:
  • All employees who have appointments that exceed 120 days receive a performance appraisal.
  • Employees must be in a position for 90 days in order to receive a performance appraisal.
  • CPSC has a 5 level system. (Outstanding (Level 5), Highly Successful (Level 4), Fully Successful (Level 3), Minimally Successful (Level 2) and Unacceptable (Level 1)).
  • You and your immediate supervisor are responsible for establishing a performance plan within 30 days of your appointment.
  • Your supervisor completes your Performance Appraisal at the end of the rating period (October 1 - September 30) and the next higher-level official reviews it.
  • Your performance appraisal folder is kept in the Office of Human Resources Management.

Hours of Duty:

  • The Standard Workweek is 8:30 to 5:00, Monday through Friday.
  • CPSC has various work schedules available to most employees (based on the applicable Collective Bargaining Agreement). They are as follows:
  • Alternative Work Schedule (AWS): A system different from normal business hours of 8:30 to 5:00.

Compressed Work Schedule: An 80-hour per biweekly pay period completed in less than 10 days (5/4/9). You work 9 hours a day for 8 days and 8 hours on one day with one day off per pay period. Or, you work eight 10-hour workdays with two days off per pay period (4/10).

Flexitour: A 10 day, 8 hr. work schedule with a set start and finish time within the core hours approved in advance by the supervisor. The start and stop times may be modified with the approval of the supervisor.

Variable week: A flexible work schedule of 80 hrs per biweekly pay period. The number of hours worked on a given day may vary with approval of the supervisor.

Credit Hours: Any hours under a flexible or standard schedule which are in excess of your basic work requirement and which you elect to work to vary the length of a workweek or a workday. Must be approved in advance. They are a voluntary redistribution of your normal hours between pay periods. One credit hour is earned for each hour you work in excess of the 80-hour biweekly pay period. If you are on a compressed work schedule you may not earn credit hours.

Core Hours: Designated times and days during the biweekly pay period when you must be present for work other than a lunch period or approved leave. Core hours are normally 9:30am until 3:30pm, Monday through Friday.

Flexible Time Bands: Period during a workday in which you are on alternative work schedules. You may select and/or vary starting and quitting times with prior approval of your supervisor. The bands will normally be 6:00am to 9:30am and 3:30pm to 7:00pm.

Access to Work Areas: You will have access to your work area Monday through Friday between the hours of 6:00am and 7:00pm. Your supervisor must approve any change.

Leave:

Annual Leave:

  • Time earned for vacations or personal days. Accrues as follows:
  • 4 hours per pay period for the first three years of employment;
  • 6 hours per pay period from year four until year 15;
  • 8 hours per pay period from year 15; and,
  • Can be used in increments of 15 minutes. Must be approved in advance whenever possible.

Sick Leave:

  • Time earned to be used for illnesses, doctor's appointments, sick family members, etc. Accrued as follows:
  • 4 hours per pay period for everyone;
  • Can be used in 15-minute increments; and,
  • Must be approved in advance whenever possible.

Holidays:

If you are a full time employee you are excused from work, with pay, for the legal holidays. If you are a part-time employee you are compensated only for the holidays that fall on a day you are scheduled to work (and only for the hours you are scheduled to work). The holidays are as follows:

  • New Year's Day - January 1
  • Inauguration Day (DC Metropolitan Area Only) - January 20 every 4 years
  • Martin Luther King's Birthday - 3rd Monday in January
  • President's Day - 3rd Monday in February
  • Memorial Day - Last Monday in May
  • Independence Day - July 4
  • Labor Day - 1st Monday in September
  • Columbus Day - 2nd Monday in October
  • Veterans Day - November 11
  • Thanksgiving Day - 4th Thursday in November
  • Christmas Day - December 25

If a legal holiday falls on a Saturday, the Commission will be closed on the preceding Friday. If it falls on a Sunday, the Commission will be closed the following Monday.

If you wish to observe religious holidays that are not legal holidays you should make arrangements with your supervisor. The supervisor may give approval for you to work compensatory time or earn credit hours before the holiday and give you compensatory time off to participate in the religious observance. You can also use your annual leave.

If you work on legal holidays you will receive holiday pay.

Pay:

Pay Plans:

  • Congress determines federal salaries. There are three systems at CPSC: General Schedule (GS), Senior Executive Service (SES) and Executive Level.
  • GS: Has grades 1 through 15 with 10 steps for each grade;
  • SES: Has 6 levels; and,
  • Executive Level: Has 5 levels and are appointed by the President. At CPSC, only the Chairman and the Commissioners are at the Executive Level. There are 5 levels.

Overtime:

Overtime is work performed in excess of 8 hrs a day or 40 hrs in a week. A supervisor must approve it in advance. If you are at the GS-10 step 1 or below, compensation for overtime is at one and half times the basic rate of pay. If your rate of pay is above a GS-10 step 1 you will be paid at the basic rate of pay of a GS-10 step 1. You may request compensatory time off in lieu of paid overtime. If your salary exceeds the GS-10 step 10 rate; you are expected to earn compensatory time instead of receiving overtime pay.

Compensatory Time:

Compensatory time is time earned in place of overtime earned, if agreed to by the employer or required by regulation. A supervisor must approve in advance. Compensatory time off will be granted within a reasonable amount of time after the compensatory time is performed. The time limit for the use of compensatory time is the end of the leave year in which the time was earned, unless the failure to use it is due to important work, which had to be performed.

Paydays:

You will be paid every other Wednesday for a two-week period. Payroll checks are sent to your bank through direct deposit. Your bi-weekly pay statement is delivered to you in your office. Money deposited is available for use on the Friday or Saturday before the Wednesday payday, depending on your Financial Institution.

Pay Deductions:

Certain deductions are automatically taken from payroll checks. These include Federal and State taxes (at the exemption rate that you elect), retirement contributions, social security, FICA/Medicare, health insurance and life insurance.

Deductions may also be authorized for the Thrift Savings Plan, U.S. Savings Bonds, financial institutions (e.g. for a savings account or a loan payment), and charitable contributions.

You should carefully review every bi-weekly pay statement recieved to make sure that all deductions are correct. You may be held liable for any underpayment or overpayment or that you could have discovered by reviewing your pay statement.

Within-grade increases:

There are 10 pay steps for each grade and when you move up a step it is called a within-grade increase. Within-grade increases are based on performance ratings at the fully successful level or higher. Temporary and SES employees are not eligible for within-grade increases. Minimum waiting periods for within-grade increases are:

  • Steps Minimum Waiting Period
  • 2, 3, and 4 52 weeks
  • 5, 6, and 7 104 weeks
  • 8, 9, and 10 156 weeks
  • A new waiting period begins when:
  • It is the first appointment in the Federal service.
  • There is a break in service for more then 52 weeks.
  • There is an equivalent increase such as a promotion.
  • There is excess Leave Without Pay.

Annual Pay Raise:

Each year, the President may recommend an annual pay raise to Congress for Federal employees. The Congress may accept the President's recommendation or make its own proposal. After the Congress approves the pay raise, the President must then sign it into law. An annual pay raise usually takes effect in January of each year.

Special Pay Rates:

The Office of Personnel Management has approved "special pay rates" for certain types of positions in specified occupations and locations. The special rate increases the salary above the normal salary for that grade and step.

Miscellaneous Sources of Pay:

Awards:

  • CPSC has an award system for employees that recognizes ongoing good performance, and special contributions to the agency's mission.
  • These can be monetary or non-monetary awards.

Bonuses:

  • Recruitment bonuses are cash incentives up to 25 percent of base pay given to new employees for jobs that have been difficult to fill in the past.
  • Relocation bonuses up to 25 percent may be paid for current Federal employees to relocate to a new commuting area. Decisions are made on a case-by-case basis.
  • Retention allowances may be given up to 25 percent of basic pay to a current employee with unusually high or unique qualifications or the agency has a special need for that person's qualifications. It can be given only if a determination is made that the employee would be likely to leave in the absence of the allowance.

Injury Compensation:

The Federal Employees Compensation Act (FECA), administered for all agencies by the U. S. Department of Labor, provides compensation benefits to federal employees who sustain job-related injuries or illnesses. You should report any on-the-job injury to your supervisor as soon as you can.

Benefits:

Health Insurance:

The Federal Employees Health Benefits (FEHB) program is designed to help protect you and eligible family members from the expenses of illness and accident. Unlike many private sector health benefit plans, it provides coverage without physical examination, places no restrictions on age or physical condition, offers a wide range of plans to choose from and cannot be canceled.

You and the government jointly share the cost of the FEHB program. On average, the government pays slightly more than 70 percent of the cost. You pay your share of the premium through a payroll deduction. You can use your FEHB benefits as soon as your coverage is effective. There are no waiting periods, required medical examinations or restrictions because of age or physical condition.

There are two types of enrollments in each FEHB plan: self only, which provides benefits only to you; and self and family, providing benefits to you and all eligible family members. A self and family enrollment covers you, your spouse and your unmarried dependent children under age 22.

You can choose from among fee for service (FFS) plans regardless of where you live; plans offering a point of service (POS); or health maintenance organizations (HMOs) if you live (or sometimes if you work) in the area serviced by the plan.

Each Fall the government holds an "open season" in which you may change plans, type of enrollment or change levels of coverage if you wish.

If you leave CPSC, or any other Federal agency, your health care coverage continues for 31 days following the last day of the pay period you worked for CPSC. This coverage is at NO cost to you.

If you leave the CPSC or any other Federal agency you are also eligible for Temporary Continuation of Coverage (TCC). Departing employees must apply for TCC in the Office of Human Resources Management prior to leaving CPSC. TCC entitles the employee to eighteen months of health insurance coverage. However, you are responsible for the full cost of the health insurance premium and a small administrative charge (TCC= Government's share + your regular share + 2% administrative cost or 102% of the health insurance cost.). In most cases, the monthly cost to you will be less than the cost of private sector health insurance.

Life Insurance:

The Federal Employee's Group Life Insurance (FEGLI) program, as the name implies, provides group term life insurance. In most cases, you are automatically covered by Basic life insurance. In addition to the Basic, there are three forms of Optional insurance that you can elect. You must have Basic insurance in order to elect any of the options. Unlike Basic, enrollment in Optional insurance is not automatic - you must take action to elect the options.

Unlike the Federal Health Benefits Program, which has annual opportunities to join or change coverage levels, FEGLI open seasons are rare; elections of coverage generally must be made when first offered.

The cost of Basic insurance is shared between you and the government. You pay 2/3 of the total cost and the government pays 1/3. Your age does not affect the cost of Basic insurance. You pay the full cost of Optional insurance. The cost of Optional insurance depends on your age. For insurance withholding purposes, the government assumes you reach an age in your first pay period that starts after your birthday.

Most federal employees, including part-time employees, are eligible to enroll. Basic life insurance coverage is effective on the first day you enter a pay and duty status unless you waive this coverage before the end of your first pay period. You may waive Basic at any time. Optional insurance generally must be elected within 31 days of an appointment.

Retirement:

If you are a new employee, you are in the Federal Employees Retirement System (FERS). The FERS system covers everyone hired since January 1, 1984. However, if you had previous Federal employment under the "old" federal retirement program, the Civil Service Retirement System (CSRS), and were rehired, you may have been rehired under the FERS or CSRS-Offset, which is a mix of CSRS and Social Security coverage.

If you're unsure which retirement system applies to you, contact EXRM. The systems have fundamental differences in how benefits accumulate.

FERS is a three-part retirement system consisting of Social Security coverage, a civil service annuity and the Thrift Savings Plan. In general, FERS employees contribute 7.0 percent of pay to cover the cost of their benefits: .8 percent is paid to the civil service retirement fund and goes to cover their basic annuity benefit and 6.2 percent goes to pay for Social Security benefits.

In addition, they pay 1.45 percent for Medicare coverage, there is no cap on Medicare deductions.

FERS employees retiring with an unreduced annuity after 30 years will receive a basic benefit equal to 30 percent of their high-3 years of average salary as compared to 56.25 percent for CSRS and CSRS-Offset employees. FERS employees will be eligible for a Social Security benefit at age 62.

Survivor Benefits Upon Death of Employee:

Federal retirement systems protect your loved ones. Under FERS the surviving spouse of an employee who had at least 18 months of creditable civilian service may be eligible for a basic employee death benefit, as long as the spouse:

Was married to the deceased for an aggregate of at least nine months (the nine-month requirement does not apply if the death was accidental).

The deceased was the parent of a child born of the marriage (including one born posthumously, or out of wedlock if the parties later married). This benefit may be payable to a former spouse (in whole or in part) if a qualified court so orders. The rules are somewhat different for those under the CSRS retirement system.

Thrift Savings Plan:

The Thrift Savings Plan (TSP) is a valuable way to build up a nest egg for your retirement. It's the Federal government's version of the popular 401(k) plan. The TSP is a payroll withholding based plan. Investments are from pretax dollars and investment earnings are tax deferred until withdrawn.

FERS employees are allowed to invest up to 12 percent, to a threshold set annually by the IRS (in 2002, $11,000). Your agency will automatically contribute an amount equal to 1 percent of your basic pay each pay period. You make your own contribution by payroll deductions and your agency matches those contributions according to the following schedule:

  • Investment Agency Match
  • First 3% of basic pay $1.00 for each $1.00 you invest
  • Next 2% of basic pay $0.50 for each $1.00 you invest
  • Next 6% of basic pay 0
  • CSRS and CSRS-Offset employees may invest up to 9 percent of salary in the program; they get no government contributions.

The TSP holds biannual open seasons during which you can begin contributing or change the amount of your TSP contributions. You can also change the allocation of how much money you have going into each of the TSP’s investment funds on a daily basis or move your account balances among the funds whenever you choose through interfund transfers which are processed on a monthly basis. The TSP sends participants statements during the open seasons showing their account balances, loan status, vesting status and other information. New employees may sign up to begin contributions within 60 days after the appointment date. However, Agency matching contributions and the agency automatic 1 percent of salary contribution don’t start until the second open season after your appointment.

Investment Choices:

Currently, the TSP has five funds available:

The Government Securities Investment Fund (G Fund), special Treasury issues with an average maturity date of about 14 years.

The Common Stock Index Fund (C Fund), which tracks the Standard & Poor’s 500 index of large U.S. stocks.

The Fixed Income Index Investment Fund (F Fund), a combination of corporate and government bonds.

The Small Capitalization Stock Index Investment (S Fund), which tracks the Wilshire 4500 stock index.

The International Stock Index Fund (I Fund), which tracks the returns of the Morgan Stanley Capital International EAFE.

In-Service Loans and Withdrawals:

You may gain access to your money during your working career through loans (and in-service withdrawals). When you take a TSP loan, you are borrowing from yourself. Loans are repaid through payroll allotments over the payment period specified in the loan agreement. You can repay the loan in full, plus any unpaid interest before the end of your loan repayment schedule without penalty.

Employee Protections:

Anti-Discrimination Laws:

Federal employees are protected from discrimination under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967, the Equal Pay Act of 1963 and Section 501 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission enforces these laws. Generally speaking, under these laws it is illegal to discriminate in any aspect of employment including: hiring and firing, compensation, assignment, or classification of employees, transfer, promotion, layoff, or recall, recruitment and testing. Discriminatory practices under those laws also include: harassment on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability or age.

Title VII also prohibits discrimination because of participation in schools or places of worship associated with a particular racial, ethnic, or religious group. The law prohibits not only intentional discrimination, but also practices that have the effect of discriminating against individuals because of their race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability or age.

Federal employees also are covered by the:

Age Discrimination in Employment Act, which protects individuals who are 40 years of age or older from employment discrimination based on age.

The Equal Pay Act, under which agencies may not discriminate on the basis of sex in the payment of wages or benefits, where men and women perform work of similar skill, effort, and responsibility for the same employer under similar working conditions.

The Rehabilitation Act, which protects people who have physical or mental impairments that substantially limit one or more major activities, have records of such impairments, or are regarded as having such impairments.

Appeal Rights:

Career employees may appeal many disciplinary actions and personnel decisions they believe are adverse to them to the Merit Systems Protection Board (MSPB).

CPSC Headquarters and some Field employees are represented by an employee Union called the American Federation of Government Employees. All non-supervisory and non-managerial employees in Headquarters are part of what is called a Bargaining Unit. Members of a bargaining unit must use the negotiated grievance procedure.

If you are in a supervisory, managerial, confidential position or you work in a Field location that is not part of a bargaining unit, you must use the CPSC administrative grievance procedure.

Reductions-In-Force (RIF):

When an agency conducts a significant job reduction, it must use formal reduction-in-force procedures published by the U.S. Office of Personnel Management. These rules create four standards for determining which employees are released, and which are retained, either in their current positions or in another position:

  • Tenure of employment (such as type of appointment);
  • Veterans preference;
  • Length of service; and,
  • Performance ratings.

An agency is required to use the RIF procedures when an employee is faced with separation or downgrading for a reason such as reorganization, lack of work, shortage of funds, insufficient personnel ceiling, or the exercise of certain reemployment or restoration rights. A furlough of more than 30 calendar days, or of more than 22 discontinuous workdays, also is a RIF action. (A furlough of 30 or fewer calendar days, or of 22 or fewer discontinuous workdays, is an adverse action.)

Union Representation:

More than half of the Federal government is covered by bargaining units, allowing unions to negotiate over various conditions of employment. They don’t generally negotiate compensation or other matters deemed to be in management’s sole prerogative.

You must be in a recognized bargaining unit to join the union. However, you do not need to be a dues-paying union member if you are in a bargaining unit.

CPSC Headquarters and some Field employees are represented by an employee Union called the American Federation of Government Employees. All non-supervisory and non- managerial employees in Headquarters and some Field locations are part of these bargaining units.

Employee Restrictions:

Ethical Conduct:

There are two core concepts underlying ethical principles for Federal employees:

Employees shall not use public office for private gain; and

Employees shall act impartially and not give preferential treatment to any private organization or individual.

In addition, employees must avoid any action that would create the appearance that they are violating the law or ethical standards.

Rules of ethical conduct govern subjects such as giving or accepting gifts, outside employment, abuse of position, required financial disclosures in certain situations and similar matters.

Political Activities:

Under the 1939 Hatch Act, Federal employees face restrictions on their ability to participate in political activities. Congress amended the Hatch Act in 1993 to permit more political activity although many restrictions still apply. Certain agencies and categories of employees, primarily in national security and law enforcement, are covered by the stricter rules that predate that amendment.

Generally speaking, federal employees covered by the 1993 amendments may:

  • Be candidates for public office in nonpartisan elections;
  •  Register and vote as they choose;
  •  Assist in voter registration drives;
  •  Express opinions about candidates and issues;
  •  Contribute money to political organizations;
  •  Attend political fundraising functions. Attend and be active at political rallies and meetings;
  •  Join and be an active member of a political party or club;
  •  Sign nominating petitions; and,
  •  Campaign for or against referendum questions, constitutional amendments, or municipal ordinances.

They may not:

  • Campaign for or against candidates in partisan elections;
  • Make campaign speeches for candidates in partisan elections;
  • Distribute campaign literature in partisan elections;
  • Hold office in political clubs or parties;
  • Use official authority or influence to interfere with an election;
  • Solicit or discourage political activity of anyone with business before their agency;
  • Solicit or receive political contributions (may be done in certain limited situations by federal labor or other employee organizations);
  • Be candidates for public office in partisan elections;
  • Engage in political activity while on duty, in a government office, wearing an official uniform or using a government vehicle; and,
  • Wear political buttons on duty.

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Federal Holidays & Overtime Pay: How to Calculate Time and a Half

Holidays are usually a time for celebration, reflection, or remembrance, but for small business owners and employees, holiday pay policy can be confusing. Here’s a brief refresher on what’s legal for holiday, overtime, and vacation pay.


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What are federal holidays in the U.S.? 

Federal holidays are holidays observed by the U.S. government. While a majority of government offices are closed on these days, small business owners and other private employers have the option of staying open. Businesses that close on federal holidays are not required to pay their employees for the day off, and those that stay open are not obligated to pay employees extra for normal work hours. In general, holidays are considered regular workdays and employees receive their normal pay for time worked. If the federal holiday falls on a weekend, it is generally observed on the closest weekday.

The U.S. government lists these days as federal holidays: 

  • New Year’s Day
  • Birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr.
  • Washington’s Birthday (also known as Presidents Day)
  • Memorial Day
  • Juneteenth National Independence Day
  • Independence Day
  • Labor Day
  • Columbus Day (or Indigenous Peoples’ Day)
  • Veterans Day
  • Thanksgiving Day
  • Christmas Day

What are paid holidays? 

Paid holidays are not required in the United States, however some employers may decide to provide compensation to their employees as a matter of policy, as laid out in an employment contract or employee handbook. In addition to the federal holidays listed above, other paid holidays might also include: 

  • Good Friday
  • Easter
  • The Friday after Thanksgiving
  • Christmas Eve
  • The day after Christmas (also known as Boxing Day)
  • New Year’s Eve
  • Other commemorative holidays like César Chávez Day

Ultimately, paid holidays are up to each employer to define. If you have questions about documenting your holiday policy, ask a lawyer. 

Do I have to allow time off for religious holidays? 

If multiple employees request time off in observance of a religious holiday, an employer must accommodate such requests in a consistent and nondiscriminatory fashion. As stated by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commision (EEOC), an employer is not required to accommodate all requests if the requests will bring hardships to the company. 

What is holiday pay? 

Under federal law, a holiday doesn’t have a special designation for overtime pay, nor is working on a holiday considered overtime. Federal law views holidays as just another business day. That said, both federal and state law requires most employers, but not all, to pay overtime to employees whose hours meet the criteria. This is important if you hold special extended hours during the holiday season, or if you rely on employees to cover additional shifts.

How much is holiday pay?

If your employees are entitled to overtime, calculating pay can be a bit tricky. The important thing to know is that under federal law, overtime is calculated weekly. This means if your employee works over 40 hours during the week of typical paid holidays like Thanksgiving, Christmas, or New Year’s Day, they are entitled to “time and a half” for the hours worked over 40 hours.

In California and a few other states, there’s also a daily overtime standard. If your employee works over eight hours on any given day, they are entitled to “time and a half” for every hour worked over eight hours. Let’s say you are a California business and your employee worked 10 hours on Christmas Day. State law requires you pay your employee overtime for 2 hours.

As an incentive, some employers may opt to offer double-time to employees working on holidays, meaning that their regular rate is multiplied by 2. While there is no federal requirement around double-time, there are double-time rules in California, which come into play if an employee works more than 12 hours in any workday or if an employee works more than seven consecutive workdays.

For more information about overtime requirements, visit the US Department of Labor website or ask a lawyer.

What is time and a half?

Time and a half pay is 50 percent more than an employee’s regular pay rate. This means for every hour of overtime an employee works, you must give them their regular pay plus half of that.

What is double-time?

Double-time pay is twice the employee’s regular rate. This means for every hour of overtime, you pay two times what the employee normally earns. 

How do I calculate time and a half?

To calculate an employee’s overtime pay for time and a half, multiply their regular rate by 1.5.

Here is a sample overtime pay calculation. In this example, the employee earns $20 per hour and has worked 4 hours of overtime for the week.

Regular hourly wage$20 per hour
Time and a half hourly wage1.5 x $20 = $30 per hour
Hours of overtime for the week4 hours
Regular weekly pay$20 x 40 hours = $800
Time and a half pay$30 x 4 hours = $120
Weekly pay including time and a half$800 + $120 = $920

Note that the sample calculations above are pre-tax and are examples only. Please ask a lawyer or your payroll administrator for details specific to your situation.

What about vacation pay during a holiday?

Under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), you are not obligated to pay employees for time not worked–This includes vacation days in addition to holidays. Therefore, if your employee takes a vacation day on Christmas or New Year’s Day, there is no law requiring you to pay them for the time off.

If your employee is entitled to vacation pay, it will be based on an agreement between you and the employee. Sometimes, prior to hiring, an employee will negotiate for a certain number of paid vacation days. While individual agreements should be recorded in an employment contract, the best place to document your company’s rules is your employee handbook or in a separate vacation policy.

If you have additional questions regarding holiday pay, you can ask a lawyer, or check out more resources for employers and employees.

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Annual leave payout federal government

annual leave payout federal government New workers earn four hours of this leave for every 80 hours they work, or 13 days per year. Dec 02, 2021 · Here's Why a Federal Paid Leave Program Would Be a Bad Deal for Many Workers Studies show that support for mandated paid leave drops when employees find out what it costs them in take-home pay Jan 07, 2012 · The leave payout is taxable as wages for the year in which it is paid. Q. Overview. Under 5 U. Annual basic pay rate: GS 11/Step 10 RUS: $84,049 / year. Is that annual leave payment considered income against the $15,000 that I can earn without affecting my Social Security benefit in 2014? workday shall be credited with the annual leave balance that they had at the time of separation from federal service. Certain employees have higher annual leave carryover limits: 360 hours for certain employees stationed outside the United States and 720 hours for members of the Senior Executive Service and certain other senior officials. I should have about 300 hours of annual leave accrued prior to retirement, consisting of my 240 hours allowable carryover plus what I earn prior to a retirement date of 15+ years of service. Apr 19, 2018 · Full-time Leave category 6 employees in pay status earn 10 hours of annual leave in the last pay period of the calendar year. Normally, federal employees have to heed the May 22, 2006 · Any annual leave accrued or accumulated by an employee as a result of receiving credit for prior service remains with the employee or is paid in a lump-sum payment under 5 CFR 550. Jan 06, 2021 · For most federal employees, the new temporary 2021 carryover limit will be 300 hours (see the table below from OPM’s guidance for details). For example, if a full-time employee with an 80-hour biweekly tour of duty uses 80 hours of annual leave during a pay period, he or she will accrue annual and sick leave for that pay period since he or she is in pay status. org. myPay. For part-time employees, the accumulation rates by periods of service are one hour for each 20 in pay status For example, if a full-time employee in a six hour leave category is in nonpay status for the entire pay period or reaches an increment of 80 hours (e. Most federal employees earn 13 days of annual leave each leave year if they have less than three years of service, 20 days if they have three years but less than 15 years of service, and 26 days if they have 15 years or more of service. 1205, if the employee is separating from Federal service or moving into a position to which annual leave cannot be transferred. Annual Leave. g. When this happens, the 10-hour accrual is effective in Pay Period 26. The Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993 (FMLA) provides covered employees with an entitlement to a total of up to 12 weeks of unpaid leave (LWOP) during any 12 month period for certain family and medical needs. 513 Leave for Postmasters and Installation Heads Apr 13, 2021 · Federal employees receive earned, paid annual leave and sick leave, as described by the team at FederalPay. So the lump sum annual leave pay under FERS gets reduced by 6. That’s an important fact, if you retired before the 2018 pay increase takes effect on January 7. . If you have a balance of 336 hours of unused annual leave, you would receive a gross payment of a For Use With The FEDERAL PERSONNEL/PAYROLL SYSTEM . The government publishes new pay tables for federal employees every year. I should have about 300 hours of annual leave accrued prior to retirement, consisting of my 240 hours allowable carryover plus what I earn prior to a retirement date of There is excess Leave Without Pay. S. Aug 12, 2013 · Q. The Congress may accept the President's recommendation or make its own proposal. Annual Leave Federal Government Jan 05, 2021 · Federal employees who forfeited vacation time in excess of the usual annual leave carryover limit at the end of 2020 may be able to get some of those days back for use later this year, thanks to a policy in the new annual defense authorization law. 208 + 240 = 448. Nov 14, 2021 · For those who have been federal employees for a few years, you may recall that from 2010-2016, the annual federal pay raise was very low. The amount of annual leave you earn, referred to as your "leave category," depends on the length of your federal/military Jun 06, 2019 · Annual leave is earned and credited on a biweekly basis at the rate of 4,6, or 8 hours per pay period, depending on the total amount of creditable Federal service you have (including creditable Military service) for full-time employees. You are correct with the last day working 29 December 2012, your lump sum leave payout is in January 2013. ) of nonpay status during the pay period, the employee would not accrue six (6) hours of annual leave for the pay period. Dec 03, 2020 · As a rule, the only deductions that will be taken out of your lump-sum payment are for federal taxes (and state and local taxes, if applicable). Within Grade Increases and Who Gets Them. And remember, If there is a general pay increase for 2021, most of the annual leave Jan 30, 2020 · When you receive a lump sum payment for your annual leave at retirement or separation from federal service, your payroll office is obligated to pay it to you at the salary rate you would have Nov 24, 2021 · Erich Wagner joins the podcast to discuss OPM's decision letting some feds carry over unused annual leave that exceeds the typical cap in January. The amount of annual leave you earn, referred to as your "leave category," depends on the length of your federal/military Each year we publish a comprehensive Excel leave record that federal employees can use to track their daily record of annual and sick leave, comp, and credit hours used. Dec 02, 2021 · Here's Why a Federal Paid Leave Program Would Be a Bad Deal for Many Workers Studies show that support for mandated paid leave drops when employees find out what it costs them in take-home pay For Use With The FEDERAL PERSONNEL/PAYROLL SYSTEM . Sick leave: If you return to the Federal Government, any accrued sick leave will be re-credited to your account. Depending on how much you cash in and you salary level, that payment can Most federal employees earn 13 days of annual leave each leave year if they have less than three years of service, 20 days if they have three years but less than 15 years of service, and 26 days if they have 15 years or more of service. 6304(d); and Sep 14, 2021 · Annual leave is time off for vacations, personal use, or as a substitute for leave without pay under the Family and Medical Leave Act. You will use Jan 06, 2017 · Early Retirement from Federal Job. , 160, 240, 320, etc. May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division Table of Contents Pay Code 020 - Annual Leave - Used Jan 01, 2021 · Average annual salary for full-time federal government jobs now exceeds $89,635 and the average annual federal workers compensation, including pay plus benefits, now exceeds $127,049 compared to just $74,081 for the private sector according to the United States Bureau of Economic Analysis. This accrued time (also called vacation or personal) is based on how long the individual has worked for the federal government. 31, 2014. Generally, a lump-sum payment will equal the pay the employee would have received had he or she remained employed until expiration of the period covered by the annual leave. 422 elects to receive annual leave credit in lieu of holiday leave pay (see 512. Despite generally lower wages and sometimes less opportunity for growth than in private companies, the total compensation offered by the federal government, when you take into account benefits like paid leave, is very competitive. This year, I thought it’d be fun to share my 2022 federal employee leave calendar with you. By Mike Miles on January 13, 2014 Uncategorized. 5551 or 5552, a lump sum payment must equal the pay the employee would have received had he or she remained in Federal service on annual leave, except allowances paid for the sole purpose of encouraging an employee to remain in Government service such as retention allowances, until expiration of the period of the annual leave. Accrued Hours. Both pay 1. As long as it isn't received until 2013, it will be taxable income for 2013. I know the annual leave payment will be taxed and Social Security taken out. This might be my favorite benefit of working for the government! I like to think that I only work 0. Dec 02, 2021 · Here's Why a Federal Paid Leave Program Would Be a Bad Deal for Many Workers Studies show that support for mandated paid leave drops when employees find out what it costs them in take-home pay Apr 19, 2018 · Full-time Leave category 6 employees in pay status earn 10 hours of annual leave in the last pay period of the calendar year. Jan 02, 2018 · By law unused annual leave is projected forward as if you were still on the job. Federal Employee Salaries. It will follow the same electronic deposit as your pay check. 65), annual leave may be charged to supplement work hours, up to the limit of the employee’s regular work schedule, on the holiday worked. I have 38 years with the federal government. Under current law, most federal employees forfeit any annual leave in excess of 240 hours at the beginning of the leave year. If you have a balance of 336 hours of unused annual leave, you would receive a gross payment of a Oct 08, 2020 · This leave would be paid in the 2021 tax year. Annual Leave Federal Government. C. Determine hourly rate: $84,049 / 2087 hours = $40. The new annual leave carryover policy is retroactive to January 3, 2021. In 2012, there was not a federal employee pay raise. Annual leave: You will receive a lump sum payment for any unused leave. Nov 03, 2006 · That is an interesting, and I think correct statement. 45% medicare on the amount. However, if the transferring employee elected to receive a lump-sum payment for annual leave from the federal government, they will not be credited with any annual leave hours upon entry into District government service. During the period of annual leave, employees are in pay status; therefore they will continue to accrue annual and sick leave. 92 for $15,196. I know I could make more money in (1) Annual leave credited to an employee must be based on the amount of annual leave accumulated by the employee as of the end of the pay period proceeding the first pay period beginning after October 13, 1994. Each winter, I now manually update all of the federal pay period calendar information into my spreadsheet so I can track my leave for the next year. Between all of this annual leave and my “maxiflex” schedule, I am able to really be there for my kids in meaningful ways. The president and Congress decide how much, if any, pay raise federal workers will receive in the next calendar year. 27 / hour. An employee may be granted FMLA LWOP by his/her supervisor in lieu of annual leave or sick leave, in cases of an employee Nov 12, 2021 · Unfortunately, GEICO stopped supporting their federal employee leave record. The leave accrual for full-time employees is: Number of Years of Service. Occasionally there are 27 pay periods in a calendar year. I will receive a check for unused annual leave when I retire. I have 240 hours of stored leave and, if I save my annual leave this year, I will have 208 hours of annual leave. Sep 14, 2021 · Annual leave is time off for vacations, personal use, or as a substitute for leave without pay under the Family and Medical Leave Act. 9 FTE with all of this extra leave. For part-time employees, the accumulation rates by periods of service are one hour for each 20 in pay status Nov 02, 2016 · Unused Annual Leave Payout at Retirement. ½ day (4 hours) per pay period. I am FERS employee planning to retire Jan. 2% compared to under CSRS. This equates to 448 hours times my base pay, which is $33. The extra 32 hours at the 2020 pay rate would be worth $2,618. ADVERTISEMENT There are 26 pay periods in a year and you retired at the end of pay period 26. 512. Aug 02, 2013 · The short answer is that your lump-sum payment for unused annual leave will automatically be reduced by 25 percent to cover potential tax liabilities. When you retire you’ll receive a lump sum payment for your unused annual leave. LWOP – Leave Without Pay in Federal Government. May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division Table of Contents Pay Code 020 - Annual Leave - Used Nov 24, 2021 · Erich Wagner joins the podcast to discuss OPM's decision letting some feds carry over unused annual leave that exceeds the typical cap in January. NET PAGE Dec 02, 2021 · Here's Why a Federal Paid Leave Program Would Be a Bad Deal for Many Workers Studies show that support for mandated paid leave drops when employees find out what it costs them in take-home pay Jan 12, 2021 · Under current law — for most federal employees — any annual leave in excess of 240 hours is forfeited at the beginning of the leave year. To be eligible to earn annual leave, you must have been hired for 90 days or more. Full-time employees. For part-time employees, the accumulation rates by periods of service are one hour for each 20 in pay status Jan 02, 2018 · By law unused annual leave is projected forward as if you were still on the job. After the Congress approves the pay raise, the President must then sign it into law. 6%. Out of that 25 percent, deductions will be taken for taxes — federal, state (if applicable), and local (if applicable) — but not any premiums for health or life insurance, which will be Jan 19, 2007 · Assuming his annual salary is $65,000 (an hourly rate of $31. Part-time employees. See pay tables for federal employees (2021 and prior years). CSRS doesn't seem to pay the 7% annuity and FERS doesn't pay their 0. Apr 27, 2017 · If you’re earning an annual salary of $50,000, this would be an hourly rate of $23. But, in that same year, the COLA amount was 3. Here are the actual figures: A District of Columbia employee whose first employment by the D. ADVERTISEMENT Paid leave is quite generous within the federal government. 1 hour of annual leave for every 20 hours in a pay status. 95 per hour. The amount of annual leave, sometimes Jan 13, 2014 · 0. Add 2022 pay increase: 2022 pay adjustment = 2. FEGLI Coverage After Retirement. Jan 01, 2021 · Average annual salary for full-time federal government jobs now exceeds $89,635 and the average annual federal workers compensation, including pay plus benefits, now exceeds $127,049 compared to just $74,081 for the private sector according to the United States Bureau of Economic Analysis. 0. 1 day (8 hours) per pay period. 5%. FERS Retiree Annuity Supplement. Federal Employee Awards. 26 x 8 = 208. 1 hour of annual leave for every 13 hours in a pay status. 8% annuity "payroll tax". Our updated 2022 Leave Chart includes the new Juneteenth National Independence holiday and is designed for active federal employees that are planning their retirement and need Dec 02, 2021 · Here's Why a Federal Paid Leave Program Would Be a Bad Deal for Many Workers Studies show that support for mandated paid leave drops when employees find out what it costs them in take-home pay Court leave is authorized absence from duty without loss of pay or charge to annual leave to perform jury duty in a Federal, state, or municipal court or to serve as a witness in a judicial proceeding in which the United States, the District of Columbia, or state or local government is a party. Dec 02, 2021 · Here's Why a Federal Paid Leave Program Would Be a Bad Deal for Many Workers Studies show that support for mandated paid leave drops when employees find out what it costs them in take-home pay Apr 27, 2017 · If you’re earning an annual salary of $50,000, this would be an hourly rate of $23. Rules on Gifts in the Federal Government. The agency must recredit annual leave as follows: (1) When an employee is reemployed in the Federal service in a position covered by subchapter I of chapter 63 of title 5, United States Code, the employing agency must recredit an amount of annual leave equal to the days or hours of work (including holidays) remaining between the date of Jul 22, 2016 · LWOP – Leave Without Pay in Federal Government. Normally, federal employees have to heed the 15+ years of service. You will to have access to myPay for up to one year after you separate. Oct 18, 2018 · FERS lump sum annual leave payout at retirement. FERS Leave. I was recently talking with an investment group in preparation for retirement from the federal government in April 2020. Note: The 10-hour accrual is usually effective in Pay Period 25. The credited leave must exclude-(a) Any annual leave restored to the employee under 5 U. Annual Leave Federal Government Most federal employees earn 13 days of annual leave each leave year if they have less than three years of service, 20 days if they have three years but less than 15 years of service, and 26 days if they have 15 years or more of service. The last day you actually worked isn't material. Annual Pay Raise: Each year, the President may recommend an annual pay raise to Congress for Federal employees. A Federal employee receives a lump-sum payment for any unused annual leave when he or she separates from Federal service or enters on active duty in the armed forces and elects to receive a lump-sum payment. ¾ day (6 hours) per pay period, except 1¼ day (10 hours) in last pay period. Exception: If an employee shown to be eligible in 434. Holiday Premium Pay to Federal Workers. 14), using 80 hours of annual leave would cost him about $2,500 in a lump-sum payment when he retires. Dec 02, 2021 · Here's Why a Federal Paid Leave Program Would Be a Bad Deal for Many Workers Studies show that support for mandated paid leave drops when employees find out what it costs them in take-home pay Jun 06, 2019 · Annual leave is earned and credited on a biweekly basis at the rate of 4,6, or 8 hours per pay period, depending on the total amount of creditable Federal service you have (including creditable Military service) for full-time employees. government was before October 1, 1987, who has had a break in service, is entitled to a recredit of sick leave, regardless of the date of separation, if he or she returns to Federal employment on or after December 2, 1994, provided the sick leave was not forfeited by employment Dec 23, 2020 · You begin to earn 8 hours a leave per pay period. May 07, 2021 · Pay Scales for Federal Employees. annual leave payout federal government

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Annual leave payout federal government

annual leave payout federal government New workers earn four hours of this leave for every 80 hours they work, or 13 days per year. Dec 02, 2021 · Here's Why a Federal Paid Leave Program Would Be a Bad Deal for Many Workers Studies show that support for mandated paid leave drops when employees find out what it costs them in take-home pay Jan 07, 2012 · The leave payout is taxable as wages for the year in which it is paid. Q. Overview. Under 5 U. Annual basic pay rate: GS 11/Step 10 RUS: $84,049 / year. Is that annual leave payment considered income against the $15,000 that I can earn without affecting my Social Security benefit in 2014? workday shall be credited with the annual leave balance that they had at the time of separation from federal service. Certain employees have higher annual leave carryover limits: 360 hours for certain employees stationed outside the United States and 720 hours for members of the Senior Executive Service and certain other senior officials. 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This accrued time (also called vacation or personal) is based on how long the individual has worked for the federal government. 31, 2014. Generally, a lump-sum payment will equal the pay the employee would have received had he or she remained employed until expiration of the period covered by the annual leave. 422 elects to receive annual leave credit in lieu of holiday leave pay (see 512. Despite generally lower wages and sometimes less opportunity for growth than in private companies, the total compensation offered by the federal government, when you take into account benefits like paid leave, is very competitive. This year, I thought it’d be fun to share my 2022 federal employee leave calendar with you. By Mike Miles on January 13, 2014 Uncategorized. 5551 or 5552, a lump sum payment must equal the pay the employee would have received had he or she remained in Federal service on annual leave, except allowances paid for the sole purpose of encouraging an employee to remain in Government service such as retention allowances, until expiration of the period of the annual leave. Accrued Hours. Both pay 1. As long as it isn't received until 2013, it will be taxable income for 2013. I know the annual leave payment will be taxed and Social Security taken out. This might be my favorite benefit of working for the government! I like to think that I only work 0. Dec 02, 2021 · Here's Why a Federal Paid Leave Program Would Be a Bad Deal for Many Workers Studies show that support for mandated paid leave drops when employees find out what it costs them in take-home pay Apr 19, 2018 · Full-time Leave category 6 employees in pay status earn 10 hours of annual leave in the last pay period of the calendar year. Jan 02, 2018 · By law unused annual leave is projected forward as if you were still on the job. Federal Employee Salaries. It will follow the same electronic deposit as your pay check. 65), annual leave may be charged to supplement work hours, up to the limit of the employee’s regular work schedule, on the holiday worked. I have 38 years with the federal government. Under current law, most federal employees forfeit any annual leave in excess of 240 hours at the beginning of the leave year. If you have a balance of 336 hours of unused annual leave, you would receive a gross payment of a Oct 08, 2020 · This leave would be paid in the 2021 tax year. Annual Leave Federal Government. C. Determine hourly rate: $84,049 / 2087 hours = $40. The new annual leave carryover policy is retroactive to January 3, 2021. In 2012, there was not a federal employee pay raise. Annual leave: You will receive a lump sum payment for any unused leave. Nov 03, 2006 · That is an interesting, and I think correct statement. 45% medicare on the amount. However, if the transferring employee elected to receive a lump-sum payment for annual leave from the federal government, they will not be credited with any annual leave hours upon entry into District government service. During the period of annual leave, employees are in pay status; therefore they will continue to accrue annual and sick leave. 92 for $15,196. I know I could make more money in (1) Annual leave credited to an employee must be based on the amount of annual leave accumulated by the employee as of the end of the pay period proceeding the first pay period beginning after October 13, 1994. Each winter, I now manually update all of the federal pay period calendar information into my spreadsheet so I can track my leave for the next year. Between all of this annual leave and my “maxiflex” schedule, I am able to really be there for my kids in meaningful ways. The president and Congress decide how much, if any, pay raise federal workers will receive in the next calendar year. 27 / hour. An employee may be granted FMLA LWOP by his/her supervisor in lieu of annual leave or sick leave, in cases of an employee Nov 12, 2021 · Unfortunately, GEICO stopped supporting their federal employee leave record. The leave accrual for full-time employees is: Number of Years of Service. Occasionally there are 27 pay periods in a calendar year. I will receive a check for unused annual leave when I retire. I have 240 hours of stored leave and, if I save my annual leave this year, I will have 208 hours of annual leave. Sep 14, 2021 · Annual leave is time off for vacations, personal use, or as a substitute for leave without pay under the Family and Medical Leave Act. 9 FTE with all of this extra leave. For part-time employees, the accumulation rates by periods of service are one hour for each 20 in pay status Nov 02, 2016 · Unused Annual Leave Payout at Retirement. ½ day (4 hours) per pay period. I am FERS employee planning to retire Jan. 2% compared to under CSRS. This equates to 448 hours times my base pay, which is $33. The extra 32 hours at the 2020 pay rate would be worth $2,618. ADVERTISEMENT There are 26 pay periods in a year and you retired at the end of pay period 26. 512. Aug 02, 2013 · The short answer is that your lump-sum payment for unused annual leave will automatically be reduced by 25 percent to cover potential tax liabilities. When you retire you’ll receive a lump sum payment for your unused annual leave. LWOP – Leave Without Pay in Federal Government. May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division Table of Contents Pay Code 020 - Annual Leave - Used Nov 24, 2021 · Erich Wagner joins the podcast to discuss OPM's decision letting some feds carry over unused annual leave that exceeds the typical cap in January. NET PAGE Dec 02, 2021 · Here's Why a Federal Paid Leave Program Would Be a Bad Deal for Many Workers Studies show that support for mandated paid leave drops when employees find out what it costs them in take-home pay Jan 12, 2021 · Under current law — for most federal employees — any annual leave in excess of 240 hours is forfeited at the beginning of the leave year. To be eligible to earn annual leave, you must have been hired for 90 days or more. Full-time employees. For part-time employees, the accumulation rates by periods of service are one hour for each holiday premium pay opm in pay status Jan 02, 2018 · By law unused annual leave is projected forward as if you were still on the job. After the Congress approves the pay raise, the President must then sign it into law. 6%. Out of that 25 percent, deductions will be taken for taxes — federal, state (if applicable), and local (if applicable) — but not any premiums for health or life insurance, which will be Jan 19, 2007 · Assuming his annual salary is $65,000 (an hourly rate of $31. Part-time employees. See pay tables for federal employees (2021 and prior years). CSRS doesn't seem to pay the 7% annuity and FERS doesn't pay their 0. Apr 27, 2017 · If you’re earning an annual salary of $50,000, this would be an hourly rate of $23. But, in that same year, the COLA amount was 3. Here are the actual figures: A District of Columbia employee whose first employment by the D. ADVERTISEMENT Paid leave is quite generous within the federal government. 1 hour of annual leave for every 20 hours in a pay status. 95 per hour. The amount of annual leave, sometimes Jan 13, 2014 · 0. Add 2022 pay increase: 2022 pay adjustment = 2. FEGLI Coverage After Retirement. Jan 01, 2021 · Average annual salary for full-time federal government jobs now exceeds $89,635 and the average annual federal workers compensation, including pay plus benefits, now exceeds $127,049 compared to just $74,081 for the private sector according to the United States Bureau of Economic Analysis. 0. 1 day (8 hours) per pay period. 5%. FERS Retiree Annuity Supplement. Federal Employee Awards. 26 x 8 = 208. 1 hour of annual leave for every 13 hours in a pay status. 8% annuity "payroll tax". Our updated 2022 Leave Chart includes the new Juneteenth National Independence holiday and is designed for active federal employees that are planning their retirement and need Dec 02, 2021 · What do you need to open a bank account aib Why a Federal Paid Leave Program Would Be a Bad Deal for Many Workers Studies show that support for mandated paid leave drops when employees find out what it costs them in take-home pay Court leave is authorized absence from duty without loss of pay or charge to annual leave to perform jury duty in a Federal, state, or municipal court or to serve as a witness in a judicial proceeding in which the United States, the District of Columbia, or state or local government is a party. Dec 02, 2021 · Here's Why a Federal Paid Leave Program Would Be a Bad Deal for Many Workers Studies show that support for mandated paid leave drops when employees find out what it costs them in take-home pay Apr 27, 2017 · If you’re earning an annual salary of $50,000, this would be an hourly rate of $23. Rules on Gifts in the Federal Government. The agency must recredit annual leave as follows: (1) When an employee is reemployed in the Federal service in a position covered by subchapter I of chapter 63 of title 5, United States Code, the employing agency must recredit an amount of annual leave equal to the days or hours of work (including holidays) remaining between the date of Jul 22, 2016 · LWOP – Leave Without Pay in Federal Government. Normally, federal employees have to heed the 15+ years chase secured personal loan service. You will to have access to myPay for up to one year after you separate. Oct 18, 2018 · FERS lump sum annual leave payout at retirement. FERS Leave. I was recently talking with an investment group in preparation for retirement from the federal government in April 2020. Note: The 10-hour accrual is usually effective in Pay Period 25. The credited leave must exclude-(a) Any annual leave restored to the employee under 5 U. Annual Leave Federal Government Most federal employees earn 13 days of annual leave each leave year if they have less than three years of service, 20 days if they have three years but less than 15 years of service, and 26 days if they have 15 years or more of service. The last day you actually worked isn't material. Annual Pay Raise: Each year, the President may recommend an annual pay raise to Congress for Federal employees. A Federal employee receives a lump-sum payment for any unused annual leave when he or she separates from Federal service or enters on active duty in the armed forces and elects to receive a lump-sum payment. ¾ day (6 hours) per pay period, except 1¼ day (10 hours) in last pay period. Exception: If an employee shown to be eligible in 434. Holiday Premium Pay to Federal Workers. 14), using 80 hours of annual leave would cost him about $2,500 in a lump-sum payment when he retires. Dec 02, 2021 · Here's Why a Federal Paid Leave Program Would Be a Bad Deal for Many Workers Studies show that support for mandated paid leave drops when employees find out what it costs them in take-home pay Jun 06, 2019 · Annual leave is earned and credited on a biweekly basis at the rate of 4,6, or 8 hours per pay period, depending on the total amount of creditable Federal service you have (including creditable Military service) for full-time employees. government was before October 1, 1987, who has had a break in service, is entitled to a recredit of sick leave, regardless of the date of separation, if he or she returns to Federal employment on or after December 2, 1994, provided the sick leave was not forfeited by employment Dec 23, 2020 · You begin to earn 8 hours a leave per pay period. May 07, 2021 · Pay Scales for Federal Employees. annual leave payout federal government

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opm retirement pay dates 2021 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 FEB. 1/4/2021. Find the standard military pay dates and USAA pay dates below. $1,000. It appears that if you retire on January 1, 2022, then your retirement is effective the next day, and your first annuity check will be dated February 1, 2022. The ideal schedule would have you receiving your first interim payment within three to four weeks Contact: Retirement Benefits Contact: Electronic Payments Division Consolidated Public Retirement Board West Virginia State Auditor's Office 1. 5 percent of basic payroll, reflecting Sep 14, 2021 · 2021 and 2022 Payment Dates. Dec 27, 2019 · December 1, 2021. CG PSC-EPM Memo 1430 of 21 JUN 2021 (MAY2021 SWE Adv Eligibility List) B. 1 U. Only Marines Mar 07, 2013 · Or should one retire on the end of the pay period? In 2021, the end of the leave year is Saturday, Jan.NW, Washington, D. Feb 09, 2021 · “Process” is important; substance is critical. According to OPM, the agency received 8,976 new claims during August making the total retirement application inventory peak at 28,565 — a figure nearly 6% higher Apr 06, 2021 · 2021 payroll 2021 federal retirement pay dates 2021 pay periods 2021 federal retirement pay dates, 2021 pay schedule 3 2021 federal retirement pay dates gsa opm federal pay scale Feb 11, 2020 · The White House on Monday released the president’s 2021 budget request. Thus, if you work only 2 days out of the week, and you take LWOP for the other 3 days, you are losing 20%. employees who are covered by a special rate schedule are entitled to the applicable special rate within that schedule unless they are entitled to a higher rate Aug 17, 2021 · Fiscal and Calendar Year Pay Calendars. Nov 18, 2020 · OPM Pay Scale 2021 with the proposed and passed tables. For your convenience, here are the printer-friendly PDFs: 2020 Direct Deposit Payment Dates. OPM Pay Scale 2021 hourly rates are going to be adjusted with the proposed pay raise. Dec 15, 2020 · Payment Date. July 29, 2020, Editor, No Comment. 1 (most age bands), Option C (most age bands), and Post-Retirement Basic Insurance. Nov 16, 2020 · To announce the Blended Retirement System (BRS) Continuation Pay (CP) Program for Calendar Year (CY) 2021, and to provide supplemental guidance to enclosure 4 of reference (a). Retirement Systems and Programs Pay Period Calendar 2021: 51KB: NFC-1217: 2021 Check Mailing Date X2021 Direct Deposit Date SERS Offices Closed 3 10 17 24 4 11 Holiday premium pay opm 25 5 12 19 26 6 13 20 27 7 14 21 28 X 8 15 22 29 2 9 16 23 7 14 21 28 8 X 22 9 Oct 06, 2021 · September 9, 2021 My Federal Retirement. January 29 (Friday) February 26 (Friday) March 31 (Wednesday) April 30 (Friday) May 28 (Friday) June 30 (Wednesday) July 30 (Friday) August 31 (Tuesday) Oct 13, 2020 · The 2021 COLA will be 1. In light of the continued impact of COVID-19 on the Federal workforce, OPM requests that agencies submit an expidited request for a delegation of authority for dual compensation reduction (salary off-set) waiver under 5 CFR 553. January 4, 2022. Oct 06, 2021 · Oct. Dial 605-562-0264 to listen live from any phone. If that day falls on a weekend or holiday, payments will be issued on the last business day of the previous month (except January when, for tax purposes, the payment must be issued on the first business day of the month). 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Dec 01, 2020 · 2021 Retirement Check Pay Dates. Example 4: Effective retirement date 7/1/2021. VSIP authority allows DOD to offer employees lump-sum payments up to $40,000 as an incentive to voluntarily separate, as authorized by Sec. It will also be 1. Saturdays, Sundays, and Federal holidays are not counted as business days.U. 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By Ian Smith July 3, 2021 11:23 AM Categories Retirement Leave a comment June 2021 saw the smallest number of new retirement claims coming into the Office of Personnel Management during a month so far this holiday premium pay opm. PBGC 2021 Direct Deposit Dates Sep 21, 2012 · Q. January 2021 to January 2022 Schedule. If you write to us, please sign your letter. Third, the lump sum calculation for unused leave will use the 2022 payment ratio. Military retirees who joined the service on or after August 1st, 1986, and opted for the Career Status Bonus (CSB/Redux retirement plan) have any COLA increases *Current as of May 24, 2021* Retirees can apply no earlier than 12 months prior to their retirement effective date. Feb 22, 2021 · Check out the 2021 US military pay scale charts for all ranks for active duty, as well as Reserve and Guard components. 00 per year. Call the show live Wednesdays from 10-11 a. 37 Officers from 6 government agencies have been paid out at a cost of K2,938,925. 78% of compensation (the retirement component of the 21. Monday January 4, 2021. Settlement Date. January 2022. General Schedule (GS) Pay Scale from GS-1 to GS-15. For example, if the payment is dated December 31, it represents payment for December 1. 00. 12/29/2020. Jan 01, 2021 · notes: incorporating the 1. 1K subscribers. A. Best Date to Retire Q & A by Tammy Flanagan The third COLA will be effective February 27, 2021, the second full pay period following the release of the January 2021 CPI. ** NEWS FLASH **. 2021 Payroll Calendar [PDF - 504 KB] 06/30/2021. After your retirement request is approved by CG PSC (rpm-1/opm-1/epm-1), submit your retirement package Jan 01, 2021 · Section 737(a) provides that pay increases for certain prevailing rate employees in FY 2021 may not exceed 1 percent—the sum of the January 2021 General Schedule (GS) across-the-board percentage adjustment and the difference between the overall average percentage locality payments for GS employees in FY 2020 and FY 2021. 4 call that the agency will pilot an online retirement application system to address some short-term problems with the Nov 25, 2020 · CalSTRS supplemental pay dates. 12/30/2020. Mar 18, 2021 · Second, payment will fall in 2022 and not 2021, since it takes about seven weeks after retirement for the FERS to process payment. Friday January 1, 2021. 2 (series) C. $20. 2, 2021, then the employee’s retirement became effective on Jan. For Reserve Personnel: This field might be set to 00 00 00, or contain an invalid date since a Reservist can enter/depart AD frequently. 2021 PP18 and PP19 Payroll & Benefits Calendar. Military retirees who joined the service on or after August 1st, 1986, and opted for the Career Status Bonus (CSB/Redux retirement plan) have any COLA increases Apr 06, 2021 · 2021 payroll postal retirees pay schedule 2021 pay periods postal retirees pay schedule, 2021 pay schedule 3 postal retirees pay schedule gsa opm federal pay scale Since most federal employees are on a Monday to Friday, 80-hour bi-weekly payroll schedule, it is therefore assumed that the best day of the week to retire will be a Saturday — the last day of a pay period, or a Sunday — the first day of a new pay period in which the employee will no longer be in employee status. 2022 Proposed Military Pay Raise A 2. Aug 12, 2021 · USAA Pay Dates 2021. 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A GS-13 Step 3 federal employee would receive an effective raise of $839. Primary retirement plan for members with initial date of entry into service on or after September 8, 1980, but before January 1, 2018. Amount earned that would have been missed had an RRPA not been filed: $89,880. Receive Military Pay Early with USAA. 6, 2021 — ALCGENL 160/21. Early-Out Authority for Workforce Restructuring Public Law 107-296 authorized the permanent extension, revision and expansion of authority for the use of voluntary early retirement across the executive and judicial branches of Dec 16, 2020 · News from Our Partners: Armed Forces Retirement Home Accepting Applications for Residency in 2021! Did you serve at least 20 years on active duty in the Armed Forces, with the majority of your service time spent as an enlisted member or warrant officer? Oct 27, 2014 · Rehired Annuitant Guidance for FERS & CSRS Retirees Desiring to Return to Federal Service. Retirement Systems and Programs Pay Period Calendar 2021: 51KB: NFC-1217: Feb 11, 2020 · The White House on Monday released the president’s 2021 budget request. L. The Senior Executive Service salary tops out at $219,200 per annum. 2021 PP16 and PP17 Payroll & Benefits Calendar. 7% pay raise has been proposed for 2022 2021 Pay Increase Military pay saw a 3. Typically you will receive your pay a full business day before regular payday. the nareaa additional adjustment is paid in addition to the special rate that would otherwise apply and, for this title 5 special rate May 05, 2021 · The Office of Personnel Management made good progress in reducing its retirement backlog of outstanding retirement claims in April, however, the outstanding total backlog is still at its highest level since 2013. 31. Recently released stats show OPM received 7,589 new retirement claims last month, compared to 8,976 new claims received in August. Jul 01, 2020 · Example 3: Effective retirement date 6/1/2021 # of months retired 1. 2021 military retiree and annuitant pay dates provided by DFAS (Defense Finance and Accounting Service). It is recommended that applications are submitted no later 180 days prior to their effective pay date to ensure payment is received on time. Not eligible for the increase this year since the member was not retired prior to the effective date of the increase. Office of Personnel Management Attention: Check Loss Post Office Box 7815 Washington, D. 6 percent across-the-board increase for statutory pay systems and locality pay increases costing approximately 0. m. 28 million as part of the Governments continued retirement exercise. 5% from August to September, but in most other respects the processing of those claims by the Office of Personnel Management is not budging. (FEGLI life insurance, SF-2823, Thrift Savings, TSP-3, Unpaid Compensation (Payroll Account) SF-1152, CSRS Retirement Fund, SF-3102 and FERS Retirement Fund SF-2802). FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Marthine Mason-Martin, [email protected] Period. 20415-3532. After your retirement request is approved by CG PSC (rpm-1/opm-1/epm-1), submit your retirement package Jan 24, 2020 · OPM processed retirement applications in 62 days on average in November of 2019, the latest data we have available. After making an unusual turn for the worse in March, OPM processed 11,396 retirement claims last month against 9,414 new claims that Sep 16, 2021 · Rule No. 48!! …don’t STOP with one application! Oct 11, 2021 · Federal retirement claims dropped about 15. 2023 Payroll Calendar [PDF - 103 KB] 10/07/2021. 202, based on a hiring need Apr 21, 2008 · This is because, once you get your disability retirement application approved, you will be paid “back pay” in a lump-sum form, back to the last day of your pay, at the 60% rate from your last day of pay forward for the first 12 months. YouTube. 68% total contribution in effect as of June 30, 2021), and the FY21-22 Budget retroactively requires a contribution at the rate of 16. November 26, 2021. 30, 2021. OR. R 061257Z OCT 21 FM COMCOGARD PSC WASHINGTON DC TO ALCGENL BT UNCLAS //N01430// ALCGENL 160/21 SUBJ: MAY 2021 SERVICEWIDE EXAM REVISED CUTOFFS A. The Office of Personnel Management publishes the overtime pay tables for every calendar year once the pay raise is finalized. Sunday August 1, 2021. 5547(a) and 5 CFR 550. Experts advise that you may need as much as 80 percent of your pre-retirement income to continue your current standard of living. Feb 01, 2021 · The mailing date for paper checks and direct deposit statements is the same date as the payment date. Benefit month. The CFC Giving Mobile Application is now available in the App Store. 0% increase for 2021 compared to 2020 levels. Pension benefit payments will be issued on the first business day of the month. 2022—annual raises are paid starting with the first full pay period of a new year. The Executive order authorizes a 2. Monday, May 3, 2021. 1: February: Mar. Benefit Payment Schedule. 1. Retirement Comments (45) The 2022 COLA will be determined by inflation during a three-month period. General Schedule (GS) base pay varies from the GS-1 level at $19,738 per annum to $143,598 per annum at step 10 of the GS-15 grade, not including locality pay adjustments. 2% COLA. employees who are covered by a special rate schedule are entitled to the applicable special rate within that schedule unless they are entitled to a higher rate Dec 16, 2020 · 2021 Cost of Living Adjustment and Pay Schedule Based on the increase in the Consumer Price Index, there will be a 1. 11 months ago. Savings Plus Lump Sum Separation Pay Contribution Election Form: The Savings Plus Lump Sum Separation Pay Contribution Election Form must be signed, dated, and officially submitted by the employee at least five business days prior to the effective date of separation. REDUX. That is because it is complicated. 20044-7815. Jan 05, 2021 · 2021 Premium Pay Caps Under 5 U. However, because PSERS’ group health insurance premiums are payable in advance, your medical deduction is for the following month. 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The following chart lists the mailing dates of direct deposit statements and checks, and the direct deposit posting dates for UCRP monthly retirement, survivor and disability benefit payments. Jan 24, 2020 · OPM processed retirement applications in 62 days on average in November of 2019, the latest data we have available. 115-91. Oct 11, 2021 · First Batch of 2021 Retirees Paid Out. These rates will be effective the first pay period beginning on or after October 1, 2021. 00% for retirement, RSD will May 28, 2021 · Retirement requires a lot of planning and consideration. Payments are dated the last business day of each month for that same month. The exact amount will depend on your individual needs. Pay Table Annual Rate Hourly Rate XML Data; 2021 General Schedule (Base) Complete set of Locality Pay Tables Locality Pay Tables for Geographic Areas; ALBANY-SCHENECTADY, NY-MA: ALBUQUERQUE-SANTA FE-LAS VEGAS, NM: ATLANTA--ATHENS-CLARKE COUNTY--SANDY SPRINGS, GA-AL: AUSTIN-ROUND ROCK, TX: BIRMINGHAM-HOOVER-TALLADEGA, AL Retired Pay Date: Annuitant Pay Date: September 2020: October 1, 2020: October 1, 2020: October 2020: October 20, 2020: November 2, 2020: November 2020: December 1, 2020: December 1, 2020: December 2020: December 31, 2020: January 4, 2021: January 2021: February 1, 2021: February 1, 2021: February 2021: March 1, 2021: March 1, 2021: March 2021: April 1, 2021: April 1, 2021: April 2021 PAY PERIOD CALENDAR 2021. Challenges experienced by the US Post Office, however, have caused a delay in delivery for some payees. S. 4079 PAY PERIOD CALENDAR 2021. Monday, August 2, 2021. 3% for Federal Employees Retirement System (FERS) retirees. Sep 20, 2021 · By Ralph R. 3% for Civil Service Retirement System (CSRS) amazon careers chicago and Social Security benefits. 2% as of March 2021 Mar 18, 2021 · Second, payment will fall in 2022 and not 2021, since it takes about seven weeks after retirement for the FERS to process payment. FERS Retirement Bundle: 2021 FERS Dec 07, 2020 · Check out the 2021 US military pay scale charts for all ranks for active duty, as well as Reserve and Guard components. 1: Look at the end of the month. This means retirees who take advantage of the golden date need not be bothered about tax on their payments in 2021. Effective Date: 10/14/2021 Document Type: Rule Document Citation: 86 FR 57011 Page: 57011-57015 (5 pages) CFR: 5 CFR 849 RIN: 3206-AO08 Document Number: 2021-22282 Primary retirement plan for members with initial date of entry into service on or after September 8, 1980, but before January 1, 2018. Find out which military friendly banks and credit unions pay early. 2021 PP20 and PP21 Payroll & Benefits Calendar. gov, Jan 01, 2021 · notes: incorporating the the huntington national bank inc. 109,736 Views. 3 percent Cost of Living Adjustment (COLA) for most retired pay and Survivor Benefit Plan annuities, and the Special Survivor Indemnity Allowance (SSIA), effective December 1, 2020. the nareaa additional adjustment is paid in addition to the special rate that would otherwise apply and, for this title 5 special rate Jan 01, 2021 · notes: incorporating the 1. 800. 2021. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Jan 20, 2021 · OPM tries to authorize interim payments within 10 days after it receives your retirement package. All three COLAs will paid retroactively to their contractual effective dates. Jan 09, 2020 · 2021 Social Security Payment Schedule Summary. 1103 of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2018, P. Retiree Pay Dates for 2021 Annuitant Pay Dates for 2021: Month: Direct Deposit Date Month: Direct Deposit Date: January: Feb. Monthly Payroll & Benefit Calendars. The following is a reminder about the availability of annuity payments when the first of the month falls on a weekend or holiday. Smith Updated: September 14, 2021 9:56 PM. Jan 20, 2021 · Start drawing Reserve Retirement pay at age 60: $2,496. 2020 Payroll Calendar [PDF - 196 KB] 11/29/2018. Instead, please submit DD-2656 at least 90 days prior to your date of retirement. DATES: These rates will be effective the first pay period beginning on or after October 1, 2021. Direct Deposit. The overtime hour pay is slightly… Read Post → Hourly Pay Rates. On the July 1, 2021 benefit payment scheduled to be issued on Friday, July 31, 2021, CORP retirees and surviving beneficiaries with an effective retirement date on/before July 1, 2020 will receiv Jan 04, 2021 · COLA Increase of 1. 00 in 2021, from $83,927. Enlistments, Evaluations, and Advancements, COMDTINST M1000. *Note on MRA+10: This carries a 5 percent per year reduction for being under full retirement age depending on the retiree's years of service: age 62 Nov 18, 2020 · OPM Pay Scale 2021 with the proposed and passed tables. 1 January: Feb. Direct deposit date. Aug 17, 2021 · Fiscal and Calendar Year Pay Calendars. Could you give an estimate of the best days for a FERS covered employee to retire at the end of leave year in 2021 and 2022? Nov 02, 2018 · All calendar year 2020 tax statements for payees of the Maryland State Retirement and Pension System were mailed no later than January 29, 2021. Official Solicitation Period September 1, 2021 - January 15, 2022. 4406 1. December 29, 2021. Reserve retirement is sometimes called non-regular retirement. C. However, they can take up to a year to process a retirement application if information is missing or problems are encountered. 2021 Check Mailing Date X2021 Direct Deposit Date SERS Offices Closed 3 10 17 24 4 11 X 25 5 12 19 26 6 13 20 27 7 14 21 28 X 8 15 22 holiday premium pay opm 2 9 16 23 7 14 21 28 8 X 22 9 Oct 06, 2021 · September 9, 2021 My Federal Retirement. Could you give an estimate of the best days for a FERS covered employee to retire at the end of leave year in 2021 and 2022? Apr 06, 2021 · 2021 payroll 2021 federal retirement pay dates/page/2 2021 pay periods 2021 federal retirement pay dates/page/2, 2021 pay schedule 3 2021 federal retirement pay dates/page/2 gsa opm federal pay scale May 10, 2021 · May 2021 AD Payroll Processing Schedule is as follows. 3, 2021. Jun 25, 2020 · The Navy released the calendar year 2021 Blended Retirement System (BRS) continuation pay (CP) rates for eligible Sailors, in NAVADMIN 172/20, June 18. Contact the Office of Personnel Management, Retirement Benefits Branch, 1900 E St. File RRPA and qualify for new retirement pay date of 10/29/2030 (three years earlier based on qualified orders). 6, 1966, 80 Stat. 3% for 2021. The 2021 IRS annual limit for regular TSP contributions will remain at $19,500. Tell us which check is missing. 2% as of March 2021 2021 GS Pay Raise: This year, the General Schedule base payscale received a 1% across-the-board pay raise. Active Duty Base Date - this determines when you are eligible for an Active Duty retirement. Employees will forfeit any extra leave that isn’t used in 2021, and it will not count for the purposes of calculating an employee’s lump-sum payment upon retirement or separation. May 05, 2021 · The Office of Personnel Management made good progress in reducing its retirement backlog of outstanding retirement claims in April, however, the outstanding total backlog is still at its highest level since 2013. One benefit of being a USAA member is having funds available early. PSERS pays monthly retirement benefits on the last working day of the month for which they are due. Whether you retire under the Civil Service Retirement System, CSRS Offset or the Federal Employees Retirement System, if you work until the end of the Apr 28, 2021 · 2021 Has a Quirk in the Calendar for Picking a Fed Retirement Date. Click here. 1 (based upon extrapolation of the Office of Personnel Management’s schedule of leave year ending dates), and in 2022, the end of the leave year is Saturday, Dec. FERS Retirement Bundle: 2021 FERS For example, if a CSRS or a CSRS Offset employee retired on Jan. Northern California check mailing date**. Here are the latest inflation figures impacting the January COLA payment. Central Benefits Information. Military Jan 05, 2021 · Employees must use leave carried over through the new policy only in 2021, according to OPM. 68. This is just one example. M TW FS JAN. The 37 officers were from (name the officers) who were paid out through the normal payroll process on pay 17. Establishing your retired pay account: Reminder: Beginning January 1, 2022, PPC (RAS) will no longer accept Form CG-4700 as your application for retirement pay. ) Annuity Calculator ( FREE Excel chart estimates annuity growth) Disclaimer: The information provided may not cover all aspect of unique or special circumstances, federal regulations, medical procedures, and benefit information are subject to change. Defined Benefit is. Jul 12, 2021 · Learn about everything from pay, benefits and retirement, to buyouts, COLAs and pay freezes. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts or Podcast One. When the employee's basic pay exceeds the maximum FICA wage base and is no longer subject to FICA withholding, full deductions are withheld for CSRS, CSRS--Special, FSRDS, or Other Retirement System. Members who accumulate 20 or more years of qualifying service are eligible for reserve retirement when they reach age 60 or, in some cases, a lesser qualifying age. 0 percent january 2021 general schedule increase. According to OPM, the agency received 8,976 new claims during August making the total retirement application inventory peak at 28,565 — a figure nearly 6% higher Apr 06, 2021 · 2021 payroll 2021 federal retirement pay dates 2021 pay periods 2021 federal retirement pay dates, 2021 pay schedule 3 2021 federal retirement pay dates gsa opm federal pay scale Jan 01, 2021 · notes: incorporating the 1. 582 authorized the United States Civil Service Commission, precursor to the United States Office of Personnel Management (OPM), to make payments due a minor or an individual mentally incompetent, or under other legal disability, to a Sep 21, 2012 · Q. The 2021 Payroll Processing Schedule, 2021 Holiday & Pay Calendar and 2021 Pay Period Schedule with Pay Dates are now available from the Bureau of Commonwealth Payroll Operations and can be found by accessing the appropriate link below. 2022 Payroll Calendar [PDF - 505 KB] 06/30/2021. If you have further questions about the payment schedule or Social Security retirement benefits in general, please let us know in the comments section below. The military pay tables below apply to active members of the Navy, Marines, Army, Air Force, Coast Guard and Oct 06, 2021 · Oct. at 202-465-3080 with your questions. The third COLA will be effective February 27, 2021, the second full pay period following the release of the January 2021 CPI. Jan 04, 2021 · COLA Increase of 1. Aug 04, 2021 · Office of Personnel Management Director Kiran Ahuja told reporters on an Aug. Military Pay Dates. S. There are two non-disability retirement plans currently in effect for reserve qualified retirees. It includes a proposal for a 1% across-the board pay raise for civilian federal employees in 2021, and reintroduces several reductions in retirement benefits from the 2020 fiscal budget proposal. Saturday, May 1, 2021. Find the standard military pay dates and Navy Federal pay dates below. 10. Friday, February 26. 500. 2020 Check Payment Dates. Additional Resources to help you select the best retirement date: Caution- Do This Before You Retire; Best Dates to Retire 2021 by Tammy Flanagan. Nov 25, 2020 · CalSTRS supplemental pay dates. If you are holiday premium pay opm by the Federal Employees Retirement System (FERS, FERS-RAE, or FERS-FRAE), you will lose valuable Agency Matching TSP contributions, if you reach the annual limit before the end of the calendar year. Pay. e. General Schedule (GS) How it Works. Military Join the 2021 Combined Federal Campaign Official Solicitation Period September 1, 2021 - January 15, 2022 seek the approval of the Office of Personnel Management. Tip: 30-Day Rule of Thumb – Personnel specialists should encourage employees to Pay Base Date - this determines your longevity for pay. If you bank with USAA you can get paid early. Southern California and out-of-state check mailing date*. The military pays on the 1st and 15th of every month. 654. This lump-sum payment limit is effective until Sept. 00 per year (based on the 2020 GS base table ) to $84,766. the nareaa additional adjustment is paid in addition to the special rate that would otherwise apply and, for this title 5 special rate Apr 28, 2021 · 2021 Has a Quirk in the Calendar for Picking a Fed Retirement Date. Direct Deposit of your monthly benefit occurs on the final business day of the month. BENEFIT PAYMENT SCHEDULE. The Office of Personnel Management’s retirement application backlog in August hit a new high not previously reached for about eight years. I am doing long-range retirement planning, and the answer I need is not addressed by the OPM website, as the end of leave year page is only shown through 2020. Friday, January 29. Calculating government benefits always seems complicated. 12/01/1983 Present H: Foreign Service Retirement and Disability System--Law Enforcement Offset (FSRDS--Law Enforcement Offset). 2021 PP22 and PP23 Payroll & Benefits Calendar. *Current as of May 24, 2021* Retirees can apply no earlier than 12 months prior to their retirement effective date. Regular TSP. the above pay rates include an additional adjustment originally established during the 3-year phase-in period for the nonforeign areas retirement equity assurance act of 2009 (nareaa). 7% pay raise has been proposed for 2022 *PBGC Direct Deposit Dates occur on the first business day of the month, the last day of the previous month, or as indicated. Office of Personnel Management ; Civil Service Retirement/Annuity; 1/4** 2/1. December 2020. You are only required to complete your… Jul 01, 2020 · Example 3: Effective retirement date 6/1/2021 # of months retired 1. After making an unusual turn for the worse in March, OPM processed 11,396 retirement claims last month against 9,414 new claims that BENEFIT PAYMENT SCHEDULE. Which takes priority in a Federal Disability Retirement case? If a Federal or Postal employee has been separated from Federal Service, and that separation has now been 11 months and 25 days since the date of separation — the “process” of filing a Is grated parmesan cheese bad for you Disability Retirement case must by necessity take priority. Due to the COLA raise, retired Service Members will see roughly a $13 increase for every $1,000 in military retirement pay they receive each month. Base benefit. September 28, 2021 My Federal Retirement First retirement payment due January 2021 –March 2021 31,009 23,328 25 OPM Retirement Processing Required Minimum Distributions –Age 72 or Older on Your Dec 15, 2020 · Payment Date. Oct 07, 2021 · Publish Date. Coast Guard Pay and Personnel News Updates, Direct-Access Changes, Pay, BAH, Transfer, PCS, TDY, Coast Guard Travel News Mar 08, 2021 · Under the Civil Service Retirement System (CSRS), the provisions of Public Law 89-554, Sept. Categories. this special rate table includes locations where applicable general schedule locality rates of pay exceed the special rates of pay at certain grades and steps. 2022 Retiree COLAs Projection: 2. 2% Sep 14, 2021 · 2021 and 2022 Payment Dates. February. Cost of living adjustment (COLA) for July 1, 2021. Jan 05, 2021 · Employees must use leave carried over through the new policy only in 2021, according to OPM. 105, GS and other covered employees may receive certain types of premium pay in a biweekly pay period only to the extent that the sum of Jun 22, 2021 · Retiree Pay Dates for 2021 Survivor/Annuitant Pay Dates for 2021: Month: Direct Deposit Date Month: Direct Deposit Date: January: Feb. 3/1: 4/1. Railroad retirement benefits are paid each month. For example, if a CSRS or a CSRS Offset employee retired on Jan. Jun 23, 2021 · For example, if an employer has already reported on employee service for July 2021 and paid retirement contributions of 14. The key to selecting a retirement date is choosing a date that is most beneficial to you; to retire informed and without regret. Benefits are paid at the beginning of the month for the previous month’s benefits. opm retirement pay dates 2021

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Working for the Federal Government, What Every Employee Should Know

If you have never worked for the Federal Government, it is important that you take a few minutes and read this information. If you have worked for the Federal Government and have been away for a while or are a current Federal employee, you should also review this information because a number of rules and procedures have changed. A word of advice - there are many things you will learn throughout your employment in the Federal workforce. Pay close attention, save all your paperwork, learn where to go and get answers, and never assume anything is the same from day to day. Please keep this booklet as a handy reference. Should you have any questions or concerns, please call the Office of Human Resources Management (EXRM) on 301-504-7925.

Staffing:

Recruitment:

Vacancy Announcements:

  • Are used to advertise and describe job openings in CPSC and other Federal agencies.
  • Provide the grade level, promotion potential, location and the requirements of the job.
  • Are posted in each CPSC Regional Office; at Headquarters on the electronic bulletin board; on our CPSC Website at www.cpsc.gov; and when appropriate on OPM's website at www.usajobs.gov
  • Are normally posted for no less than two weeks.
  • Are open, depending on the vacancy, to CPSC employees only, to all current Federal employees or to everyone who qualifies.
  •  Please follow the directions in the vacancy carefully because you will not be considered eligible if you don't furnish all of the required information.

Employment:

  • Probationary or trial period:
  • All competitive and excepted employees on a permanent appointment are on probation for one year.
  • Supervisors will recommend retention or separation before the end of the first year.
  • All new supervisors serve a one-year supervisory probationary period.

Notification of Personnel Action (SF-50):

  • You will receive a copy of a SF-50 for every personnel action taken. The original is kept in an official personnel file in the Office of Human Resources Management.
  • You should keep a copy of every SF-50 you receive.

Background Investigation:

  • All new permanent employees and some temporary employees must have a security background investigation.

Official Personnel Folder (OPF):

  • The OPF contains all official government papers associated with your employment.
  • It is a permanent record that transfers with you to other Federal agencies or to the Federal Records Center when you leave Federal service.
  • You may review your OPF by making an appointment with an employee in the Office of Human Resources Management.
  • You should keep a copy of all the forms associated with your employment.

Employment of Relatives:

  • The employment of relatives is not appropriate if you have anything to do with their selection, promotions, performance appraisals or awards.
  • The definition of a relative is: father, mother, son, daughter, brother, sister, uncle, aunt, first cousin, nephew, niece, husband, wife, father-in-law, mother-in-law, son-in-law, daughter-in-law, sister-in-law, brother-in-law, stepfather, stepmother, stepson, stepdaughter, stepbrother, stepsister, half brother or half sister.

Resignation, Transfer or Termination:

  • You must notify your supervisor at least two weeks in advance of your last day.
  • You must submit your reason for leaving on a Standard Form 52 (Request for Personnel Action).
  • You must complete a Clearance Checklist (CPSC 236) and take care of any financial obligations before you leave.
  • If you leave Federal service you receive a lump sum payment for any unused annual leave, not sick leave.
  • If you transfer to another Federal agency your annual and sick leave are transferred.

Promotions and Reassignments:

  • Agencies may promote, demote or reassign career or career conditional employees under a variety of circumstances. They also may make time-limited promotions of up to five years to fill temporary positions, accomplish project work, fill positions temporarily pending reorganization or to meet other temporary needs. Most career promotions are either career-ladder or processed through the merit promotion plan.
  • General Schedule employees who are promoted to a higher grade must receive a pay increase equal to or above two steps of the former grade.
  • A career or career-conditional employee of one agency may transfer, without a break in service, to an equivalent competitive service position in another agency without competing.
  • To transfer to another Federal agency, you must meet the qualification requirements for the position. Employees must also be found suitable for employment in competitive service positions.
  • If the current appointment is subject to a suitability investigation, that condition continues after the transfer.
  • Generally, you become eligible for promotion after spending a year in your current grade and gaining experience doing the full range of the duties of the position for one year. However, being eligible for promotion does not guarantee you will be promoted. You must compete and be selected for a vacancy at a higher grade level unless the promotion is within your "career ladder".
  • What is a career ladder? When a position has a range of grade levels, for example 5,7,9,11, with a maximum grade of 12, and the vacancy announcement stated that there was promotion potential to the 12, it is a career ladder position. Normally, after completing one year you are eligible for promotion to the next grade. Being eligible does not necessarily mean you will be promoted. There are three criteria:
  • You are performing at a fully successful level.
  • The agency spending levels would not be adversely affected.
  • There is enough work in the unit at the next grade level for you to be promoted.

Classification:

Position Description:

  • Your position description is a description of your duties and responsibilities.
  • It is used to determine your grade level and pay.

Classification:

  • The comparison of your duties to the government-wide standard/guideline used to determine grade level.
  • Job assignments and duties are used to determine grade level, not "on the job" performance.

Employee Relations:

  • Performance Management System:
  • All employees who have appointments that exceed 120 days receive a performance appraisal.
  • Employees must be in a position for 90 days in order to receive a performance appraisal.
  • CPSC has a 5 level system. (Outstanding (Level 5), Highly Successful (Level 4), Fully Successful (Level 3), Minimally Successful (Level 2) and Unacceptable (Level 1)).
  • You and your immediate supervisor are responsible for establishing a performance plan within 30 days of your appointment.
  • Your supervisor completes your Performance Appraisal at the end of the rating period (October 1 - September 30) and the next higher-level official reviews it.
  • Your performance appraisal folder is kept in the Office of Human Resources Management.

Hours of Duty:

  • The Standard Workweek is 8:30 to 5:00, Monday through Friday.
  • CPSC has various work schedules available to most employees (based on the applicable Collective Bargaining Agreement). They are as follows:
  • Alternative Work Schedule (AWS): A system different from normal business hours of 8:30 to 5:00.

Compressed Work Schedule: An 80-hour per biweekly pay period completed in less than 10 days (5/4/9). You work 9 hours a day for 8 days and 8 hours on one day with one day off per pay period. Or, you work eight 10-hour workdays with two days off per pay period (4/10).

Flexitour: A 10 day, 8 hr. uk phone country code from usa schedule with a set start and finish time within the core hours approved in advance by the supervisor. The start and stop times may be modified with the approval of the supervisor.

Variable week: A flexible work schedule of 80 hrs per biweekly pay period. The number of hours worked on a given day may vary with approval of the supervisor.

Credit Hours: Any hours under a flexible or standard schedule which are in excess of your basic work requirement and which you elect to work to vary the length of a workweek or a workday. Must be approved in advance. They are a voluntary redistribution of your normal hours between pay periods. One credit hour is earned for each hour you work in excess of the 80-hour biweekly pay period. If you are on a compressed work schedule you may not earn credit hours.

Core Hours: Designated times and days during the biweekly pay period when you must be present for work other than a lunch period or approved leave. Core hours are normally 9:30am until 3:30pm, Monday through Friday.

Flexible Time Bands: Period during a workday in which you are on alternative work schedules. You may select and/or vary starting and quitting times with prior approval of your supervisor. The bands will normally be 6:00am to 9:30am and 3:30pm to 7:00pm.

Access to Work Areas: You will have access to your work area Monday through Friday between the hours of 6:00am and 7:00pm. Your supervisor must approve any change.

Leave:

Annual Leave:

  • Time earned for vacations or personal days. Accrues as follows:
  • 4 hours per pay period for the first three years of employment;
  • 6 hours per pay period from year four until year 15;
  • 8 hours per pay period from year 15; and,
  • Can be used in increments of 15 minutes. Must be approved in advance whenever possible.

Sick Leave:

  • Time earned to be used for illnesses, doctor's appointments, sick family members, etc. Accrued as follows:
  • 4 hours per pay period for everyone;
  • Can be used in 15-minute increments; and,
  • Must be approved in advance whenever possible.

Holidays:

If you are a full time employee you are excused from work, with pay, for the legal holidays. If you are a part-time employee you are compensated only for the holidays that fall on a day you are scheduled to work (and only for the hours you are scheduled to work). The holidays are as follows:

  • New Year's Day - January 1
  • Inauguration Day (DC Metropolitan Area Only) - January 20 every 4 years
  • Martin Luther King's Birthday - 3rd Monday in January
  • President's Day - 3rd Monday in February
  • Memorial Day - Last Monday in May
  • Independence Day - July 4
  • Labor Day - 1st Monday in September
  • Columbus Day - 2nd Monday in October
  • Veterans Day - November 11
  • Thanksgiving Day - 4th Thursday in November
  • Christmas Day - December 25

If a legal holiday falls on a Saturday, the Commission will be closed on the preceding Friday. If it falls on a Sunday, the Commission will be closed the following Monday.

If you wish to observe religious holidays that are not legal holidays you should make arrangements with your supervisor. The supervisor may give approval for you to work compensatory time or earn credit hours before the holiday and give you compensatory time off to participate in the religious observance. You can also use your annual leave.

If you work on legal holidays you will receive holiday pay.

Pay:

Pay Plans:

  • Congress determines federal salaries. There are three systems at CPSC: General Schedule (GS), Senior Executive Service (SES) and Executive Level.
  • GS: Has grades 1 through 15 with 10 steps for each grade;
  • SES: Has 6 levels; and,
  • Executive Level: Has 5 levels and are appointed by the President. At CPSC, only the Chairman and the Commissioners are at the Executive Level. There are 5 levels.

Overtime:

Overtime is work performed in excess of 8 hrs a day or 40 hrs in a week. A supervisor must approve it in advance. If you are at the GS-10 step 1 or below, compensation for overtime is at one and half times the basic rate of pay. If your rate of pay is above a GS-10 step 1 you will be paid at the basic rate of pay of a GS-10 step 1. You may request compensatory time off in lieu of paid overtime. If your salary exceeds the GS-10 step 10 rate; you are expected to earn compensatory time instead of receiving overtime pay.

Compensatory Time:

Compensatory time is time earned in place of overtime earned, if agreed to by the employer or required by regulation. A supervisor must approve in advance. Compensatory time off will be granted within a reasonable amount of time after the compensatory time is performed. The time limit for the use of compensatory time is the end of the leave year in which the time was earned, unless the failure to use it is due to important work, which had to be performed.

Paydays:

You will be paid every other Wednesday for a two-week period. Payroll checks are sent to your bank through direct deposit. Your bi-weekly pay statement is delivered to you in your office. Money deposited is available for use on the Friday or Saturday before the Wednesday payday, depending on your Financial Institution.

Pay Deductions:

Certain deductions are automatically taken from payroll checks. These include Federal and State taxes (at the exemption rate that you elect), retirement contributions, social security, FICA/Medicare, health insurance and life insurance.

Deductions may also be authorized for the Thrift Savings Plan, U.S. Savings Bonds, financial institutions (e.g. for a savings account or a loan payment), and charitable contributions.

You should carefully review every bi-weekly pay statement recieved to make sure that all deductions are correct. You may be held liable for any underpayment or overpayment or that you could have discovered by reviewing your pay statement.

Within-grade increases:

There are 10 pay steps for each grade and when you move up a step it is called a within-grade increase. Within-grade increases are based on performance ratings at the fully successful level or higher. Temporary and SES employees are not eligible for within-grade increases. Minimum waiting periods for within-grade increases are:

  • Steps Minimum Waiting Period
  • 2, 3, and 4 52 weeks
  • 5, 6, and 7 104 weeks
  • 8, 9, and 10 156 weeks
  • A new waiting period begins when:
  • It is the first appointment in the Federal service.
  • There is a break in service for more then 52 weeks.
  • There is an equivalent increase such as a promotion.
  • There is excess Leave Without Pay.

Annual Pay Raise:

Each year, the President may recommend an annual pay raise to Congress for Federal employees. The Congress may accept the President's recommendation or make its own proposal. After the Congress approves the pay raise, the President must then sign it into law. An annual pay raise usually takes effect in January of each year.

Special Pay Rates:

The Office of Personnel Management has approved "special pay rates" for certain types of positions in specified occupations and locations. The special rate increases the salary above the normal salary for that grade and step.

Miscellaneous Sources of Pay:

Awards:

  • CPSC has an award system for employees that recognizes ongoing good performance, and special contributions to the agency's mission.
  • These can be monetary or non-monetary awards.

Bonuses:

  • Recruitment bonuses are cash incentives up to 25 percent of base pay given to new employees for jobs that have been difficult to fill in the past.
  • Relocation bonuses up to 25 percent may be paid for current Federal employees to relocate to a new commuting area. Decisions are made on a case-by-case basis.
  • Retention allowances may be given up to 25 percent of basic pay to a current employee with unusually high or unique qualifications or the agency has a special need for that person's qualifications. It can be given only if a determination is made that the employee would be likely to leave in the absence of the allowance.

Injury Compensation:

The Federal Employees Compensation Act (FECA), administered for all agencies by the U. S. Department of Labor, provides compensation benefits to federal employees who sustain job-related injuries or illnesses. You should report any on-the-job injury to your supervisor as soon as you can.

Benefits:

Health Insurance:

The Federal Employees Health Benefits (FEHB) program is designed to help protect you and eligible family members from the expenses of illness and accident. Unlike many private sector health benefit plans, it provides coverage without physical examination, places no restrictions on age or physical condition, offers a wide range of plans to choose from and cannot be canceled.

You and the government jointly share the cost of the FEHB program. On average, the government pays slightly more than 70 percent of the cost. You pay your share of the premium through a payroll deduction. You can use your FEHB benefits as soon as your coverage is effective. There are no waiting periods, required medical examinations or restrictions because of age or physical condition.

There are two types of enrollments in each FEHB plan: self only, which provides benefits only to you; and self and family, providing benefits to you and all eligible family members. A self and walmart money card account login enrollment covers you, your spouse and your unmarried dependent children under age 22.

You can choose from among fee for service (FFS) plans regardless of where you live; plans offering a point of service (POS); or health maintenance organizations (HMOs) if you live (or sometimes if you work) in the area serviced by the plan.

Each Fall the government holds an "open season" in which you may change plans, type of enrollment or change levels of coverage if you wish.

If you leave CPSC, or any other Federal agency, your health care coverage continues for 31 days following the last day of the pay period you worked for CPSC. This coverage is at NO cost to you.

If you leave the CPSC or any other Federal agency you are also eligible for Temporary Continuation of Coverage (TCC). Departing employees must apply for TCC in the Office of Human Resources Management prior to leaving CPSC. TCC entitles the employee to eighteen months of health insurance coverage. However, you are responsible for the full cost of the health insurance premium and a small administrative charge (TCC= Government's share + your regular share + 2% administrative cost or 102% of the health insurance cost.). In most cases, the monthly cost to you will be less than the cost of private sector health insurance.

Life Insurance:

The Federal Employee's Group Life Insurance (FEGLI) program, as the name implies, provides group term life insurance. In most cases, you are automatically covered by Basic life insurance. In addition to the Basic, there are three forms of Optional insurance that you can elect. You must have Basic insurance in order to elect any of the options. Unlike Basic, enrollment in Optional insurance is not automatic - you must take action to elect the options.

Unlike the Federal Health Benefits Program, which has annual opportunities to join or change coverage levels, FEGLI open seasons are rare; elections of coverage generally must be made when first offered.

The cost of Basic insurance is shared between you and the government. You pay 2/3 of the total cost and the government pays 1/3. Your age does not affect the cost of Basic insurance. You pay the full cost of Optional insurance. The cost of Optional insurance wayfair login account on your age. For insurance withholding purposes, the government assumes you reach an age in your first pay period that starts after your birthday.

Most federal employees, including part-time employees, are eligible to enroll. Basic life insurance coverage is effective on the first day you enter a pay and duty status unless you waive this coverage before the end of your first pay period. You may waive Basic at any time. Optional insurance generally must be elected within 31 days of an appointment.

Retirement:

If you are a new employee, you are in the Federal Employees Retirement System (FERS). The FERS system covers everyone hired since January 1, 1984. However, if you had previous Federal employment under the "old" federal retirement program, the Civil Service Retirement System (CSRS), and were rehired, you may have been rehired under the FERS or CSRS-Offset, which is a mix of CSRS and Social Security coverage.

If you're unsure which retirement holiday premium pay opm applies to you, contact EXRM. The systems have fundamental differences in how benefits accumulate.

FERS is a three-part retirement system consisting of Social Security coverage, a civil service annuity and the Thrift Savings Plan. In general, FERS employees contribute 7.0 percent of pay to cover the cost of their benefits: .8 percent is paid to the civil service retirement fund and goes to cover their basic annuity benefit and 6.2 percent goes to pay for Social Security benefits.

In addition, they pay 1.45 percent for Medicare coverage, there is no cap on Medicare deductions.

FERS employees retiring with an unreduced annuity after 30 years will receive a basic benefit equal to 30 percent of their high-3 years of average salary as compared to 56.25 percent for CSRS and CSRS-Offset employees. FERS employees will be eligible for a Social Security benefit at age 62.

Survivor Benefits Upon Death of Employee:

Federal retirement systems protect your loved ones. Under FERS the surviving spouse of an employee who had at least 18 months of creditable civilian service may be eligible for a basic employee death benefit, as long as the spouse:

Was married to the deceased for an aggregate of at least nine months (the nine-month requirement does not apply if the death was accidental).

The deceased was the parent of a child born of the marriage (including one born posthumously, or out of wedlock if the parties later married). This benefit may be payable to a former spouse (in whole or in part) if a qualified court so orders. The rules are somewhat different for those under the CSRS retirement system.

Thrift Savings Plan:

The Thrift Savings Plan (TSP) is a valuable way to build up a nest egg for your retirement. It's the Federal government's version of the popular 401(k) plan. The TSP is a payroll withholding based plan. Investments are from pretax dollars and investment earnings are tax deferred until withdrawn.

FERS employees are allowed to invest up to 12 percent, to a threshold set annually by the IRS (in 2002, $11,000). Your agency will automatically contribute an amount equal to 1 percent of your basic pay each pay period. You make your own contribution by payroll deductions and your agency matches those contributions according to the following schedule:

  • Investment Agency Match
  • First 3% of basic pay $1.00 for each $1.00 you invest
  • Next 2% of basic pay $0.50 for each $1.00 you invest
  • Next 6% of basic pay 0
  • CSRS and CSRS-Offset employees may invest up to 9 percent of salary in the program; they get no government contributions.

The TSP holds biannual open seasons during which you can begin contributing or change the amount of your TSP contributions. You can also change the allocation of how much money you have going into each of the TSP’s investment funds on a daily basis or move your account balances among the funds whenever you choose through interfund transfers which are processed on a monthly basis. The TSP sends participants statements during the open seasons showing their account balances, loan status, vesting status and other information. New employees may sign up to begin contributions within 60 days after the appointment date. However, Agency matching contributions and the agency automatic 1 percent of salary contribution don’t start until the second open season after your appointment.

Investment Choices:

Currently, the TSP has five funds available:

The Government Securities Investment Fund (G Fund), special Treasury issues with an average maturity date of about 14 years.

The Common Stock Index Fund (C Fund), which tracks the Standard & Poor’s 500 index of large U.S. stocks.

The Fixed Income Index Investment Fund (F Fund), a combination of corporate and government bonds.

The Small Capitalization Stock Index Investment (S Fund), which tracks the Wilshire 4500 stock index.

The International Stock Index Fund (I Fund), which tracks the returns of the Morgan Stanley Capital International EAFE.

In-Service Loans and Withdrawals:

You may gain access to your money during your working career through loans (and in-service withdrawals). When you take a TSP loan, you are borrowing from yourself. Loans are repaid through payroll allotments over the payment period specified in the loan agreement. You can repay the loan in full, plus any unpaid interest before the end of your loan repayment schedule without penalty.

Employee Protections:

Anti-Discrimination Laws:

Federal employees are protected from discrimination under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967, the Equal Pay Act of 1963 and Section 501 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission enforces these laws. Generally speaking, under these laws it is illegal to discriminate in any aspect of employment including: hiring and firing, compensation, assignment, or classification of employees, transfer, promotion, layoff, or recall, recruitment and testing. Discriminatory practices under those laws also include: harassment apple pay on amazon app the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability or age.

Title VII also prohibits discrimination because of participation in schools or places of worship associated with a particular racial, ethnic, or religious group. The law prohibits not only intentional discrimination, but also practices that have the effect of discriminating against individuals because of their race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability or age.

Federal employees also are covered by the:

Age Discrimination in Employment Act, which protects individuals who are 40 years of age or older from employment discrimination based on age.

The Equal Pay Act, under which agencies may not discriminate on the basis of sex in the payment of wages or benefits, where men and women perform work of similar skill, effort, and responsibility for the same employer under similar working conditions.

The Rehabilitation Act, which protects people who have physical or mental impairments that substantially limit one or more major activities, have records of such impairments, or are regarded as having such impairments.

Appeal Rights:

Career employees may appeal many disciplinary actions and personnel decisions they believe are adverse to them to the Merit Systems Protection Board (MSPB).

CPSC Headquarters and some Field employees are represented by an employee Union called the American Federation of Government Employees. All non-supervisory and non-managerial employees in Headquarters are part of what is called a Bargaining Unit. Members of a bargaining unit must use the negotiated grievance procedure.

If you are in a supervisory, managerial, confidential position or you work in a Field location that is not part of a bargaining unit, you must use the CPSC administrative grievance procedure.

Reductions-In-Force (RIF):

When an agency conducts a significant job reduction, it must use formal reduction-in-force procedures published by the U.S. Office of Personnel Management. These rules create four standards for determining which employees are released, and which are retained, either in their current positions or in another position:

  • Tenure of employment (such as type of appointment);
  • Veterans preference;
  • Length of service; and,
  • Performance ratings.

An agency is required to use the RIF procedures when an employee is faced with separation or downgrading for a reason such as reorganization, lack of work, shortage of funds, insufficient personnel ceiling, or the exercise of certain reemployment or restoration rights. A furlough of more than 30 calendar days, or of more than 22 discontinuous workdays, also is a RIF action. (A furlough of 30 or fewer calendar days, or of 22 or fewer discontinuous workdays, is an adverse action.)

Union Representation:

More than half of the Federal government is covered by bargaining units, allowing unions to negotiate over various conditions of employment. They don’t generally negotiate compensation or other matters deemed to be in management’s sole prerogative.

You must be in a recognized bargaining unit to join the union. However, you do not need to be a dues-paying union member if you are in a bargaining unit.

CPSC Headquarters and some Field employees are represented by an employee Union called the American Federation of Government Employees. All non-supervisory and non- managerial employees in Headquarters and some Field locations are part of these bargaining units.

Employee Restrictions:

Ethical Conduct:

There are two core concepts underlying ethical principles for Federal employees:

Employees shall not use public office for private gain; and

Employees shall act impartially and not give preferential treatment to any private organization or individual.

In addition, employees must avoid any action that would create the appearance that they are violating the law or ethical standards.

Rules of ethical conduct govern subjects such as giving or accepting gifts, outside employment, abuse of position, required financial disclosures in certain situations and similar matters.

Political Activities:

Under the 1939 Hatch Act, Federal employees face restrictions on their ability to participate in political activities. Congress amended the Hatch Act in 1993 to permit more political activity although many restrictions still apply. Certain agencies and categories of employees, primarily in national security and law enforcement, are covered by the stricter rules that predate that amendment.

Generally speaking, federal employees covered by the 1993 amendments may:

  • Be candidates for public office in nonpartisan elections;
  •  Register and vote as they choose;
  •  Assist in voter registration drives;
  •  Express opinions about candidates and issues;
  •  Contribute money to political organizations;
  •  Attend political fundraising functions. Attend and be active at political rallies and meetings;
  •  Join and be an active member of a political party or club;
  •  Sign nominating petitions; and,
  •  Campaign for or against referendum questions, constitutional amendments, or municipal ordinances.

They may not:

  • Campaign for or against candidates in partisan elections;
  • Make campaign speeches for candidates in partisan elections;
  • Distribute campaign literature in partisan elections;
  • Hold office in political clubs or parties;
  • Use official authority or influence to interfere with an election;
  • Solicit or discourage political activity of anyone with business before their agency;
  • Solicit or receive political contributions (may be done in certain limited situations by federal labor or other employee organizations);
  • Be candidates for public office in partisan elections;
  • Engage in political activity while on duty, in a government office, wearing an official uniform or using a government vehicle; and,
  • Wear political buttons on duty.

Employment Information

Источник: https://www.cpsc.gov/About-CPSC/Job/Working-for-the-Federal-Government-What-Every-Employee-Should-Know

Do You Get Paid Extra for Working on a Holiday?

Do you have to work on holidays—and if so, will you be paid extra? Employees often ask if they’ll have to work on days that many workers have off, and whether they’re entitled to overtime pay if they work holidays.

When it comes to questions about having to work on a holiday and holiday pay, there isn't one response that covers all workers. Some employees will get a holiday off from work (either paid or unpaid), others will have to work for regular pay, and some employees may be paid extra for working on the holiday.

Working on a Holiday

Whether you have to work on a holiday depends on whom you work for, whether you are covered by a union contract, and company policy regarding holidays.

If you work for the federal government, you'll get 11 paid holidays each year including New Year's Day, Birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr., Washington's Birthday (also known as President’s Day), Memorial Day, Juneteenth National Independence Day (June 19), Independence Day (4th of July), Labor Day, "Columbus Day" (also observed as Indigenous Peoples Day), Veterans Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day. In addition, federal workers who are based in the Washington, D.C., area have a paid day off during the Presidential Inauguration. 

Many private employers follow the same holiday schedule and also provide holiday days off or holiday pay for working on a holiday. Others offer only some of these holidays off or offer holiday pay on only some of those holidays.

Full-time federal employees are legally entitled to an “in lieu of” holiday when a holiday falls on a non-workday, such as a Saturday or Sunday. Private employers may also provide these holidays. Often, the holiday will be acknowledged on the closest workday before or after the non-workday, such as a Friday or Monday, for example.

Companies are not required to give you holidays off from work or pay you for holiday time off.

The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) does not require payment for time not worked, such as vacations or holidays. These benefits are generally an arrangement between an employer and an employee or the employee's representative i.e. a union or other collective bargaining agent.

What Is Holiday Pay?

Holiday pay is paid for holidays, like Christmas Day, or other time worked when a business is closed or the employee is permitted to take holiday time off.

Employers are not required to pay extra (over and above your normal rate) for working on a holiday unless you have a contract that stipulates holiday pay. Companies aren't required to give you the holiday off from work either.

In general, if you are a salaried worker, you will not receive extra pay or overtime for working on a holiday. Employees in retail and hospitality positions often do not receive a special holiday rate, as holiday and weekend shifts are part of their normal business hours.

Some employers provide holidays off or pay extra for working on a holiday; however, there are no federal or state laws that require companies to compensate you for holidays off or to pay you extra (over and above your normal hourly rate) for working on a holiday. The only exception is if you have a contract that stipulates holiday pay.

Private companies have considerable leeway in the benefits they provide and may offer financial incentives to workers who will choose to work on holidays.

Independent contractors and freelance workers have the ability to negotiate their own benefits and can stipulate special rates for work done on holidays with the firms who employ their services.

Employees Who Qualify for Holiday Pay

There are, however, many workers who do qualify for special holiday pay. If you are covered by a collective bargaining agreement, work in a civil service position, or work for an employer who provides overtime for working on a holiday, you may be eligible for holiday pay.

In some cases where the Davis-Bacon and Related Acts are applicable, employers are required to pay certain workers holiday pay depending on their classification and contract. Similarly, government contracts like the McNamara O’Hara Service Contract (SCA) require holiday pay and benefits when the contracts surpass $2,500.

Overtime and Holiday Pay

If you would be working overtime by working the holiday, and are entitled to overtime pay, you would be compensated at the overtime rate. Non-exempt employees who work over 40 hours in a workweek must be compensated at one and a half times their usual pay.

You should discuss holiday pay with your supervisor or Human Resources representative when you begin a job in which you can expect to work holiday shifts.

When a Holiday Falls on a Weekend

The timing of when holidays are observed in the workplace varies. When a holiday falls on a weekend, holidays falling on a Sunday would be observed on Monday, while those that fall on a Saturday are generally observed on Friday before.

Holiday Work Schedules

Companies typically publish a list of holidays they observe at the beginning of each year. Check with your manager or your Human Resources department to get an upcoming holiday schedule for the current year or for future years.

Questions About Your Schedule or Pay

If you have questions about your work schedule or holiday pay, or would like to request a holiday off from work, check with your manager or your Human Resources department as early as you can. The more notice you give your employer, the more flexibility they will have to try to accommodate your request.

Key Takeaways

There Is No Federal Law Requiring Employers to Provide Holidays or Holiday Pay: To determine your employer’s holiday schedule, see the company handbook or HR.

Federal Workers Are Entitled to 10 Paid Holidays: The day of the Presidential Inauguration is also a paid holiday for federal workers.

Nonexempt Employees May Be Entitled to Overtime Pay for Working on Holidays: But typically, only if working on the holiday means that they’re working more than 40 hours in a workweek.

The information contained in this article is not legal advice and is not a substitute for such advice. State and federal laws change frequently, and the information in this article may not reflect your own state’s laws or the most recent changes to the law. 

Источник: https://www.thebalancecareers.com/do-you-get-paid-extra-for-working-on-a-holiday-2064019
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