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Fewer federal jobs, more employment issues for workers?

The Bureau of Labor Statistics is forecasting that the number of federal employees will drop over the next decade. For the existing workers in the federal workforce, this will probably mean more of the same of what they already know too well. As the numbers of workers decline, the potential for additional difficulties related their employment could increase.

Formal agreements mean what they say

In the United States, there has been a gradual increase in the toleration for informality. At one time, people dressed up in suits, ties and dresses to travel by air. It seems quaint to see photos of baseball games from the 1950s, where virtually every man in the stadium is wearing a hat (and not a baseball cap.) Women of that generation would have worn hats to Sunday church and would have been scandalized by blue jeans in a church.

USPS could owe $2 million in back pay to fired Army Reservist

The National Guard for decades has provided the U.S. military with trained individuals who are ready to return active duty status in times of crisis or emergency. They maintain their skills by periodic training sessions, often on weekends. However, some employers found that having their employees disappear for longer periods problematic. Some would even terminate those employees, or allow them to come back at lesser grade levels, reduced responsibility or lower pay.

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