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Though narrowing, gender pay gap remains in federal employment

The title of the agency should say it all: Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. With a name like that, you might think that the concept of pay bias based on gender would be nonexistent in the federal workforce. But, as we observed in a previous post, this is a long-standing issue.

Facing a federal employment dispute: Swiftly intervene

There are a great many avenues available to federal workers for the protection of their jobs. There are so many, in fact, that a worker in Texas or elsewhere in the country who is subject of investigation can easily get stymied trying to decide which route to take. The tangle of courses can be so confusing that it delays action. Too often, action delayed is opportunity missed.

Federal contractor sick pay rule: A distinction with a difference

The headline a few days ago was eye-catching. "Obama Just Guaranteed Sick Days For More Than A Million Workers." Some pundits now wonder if this could be the first step toward a major shift toward extending the reach of laws protecting federal workers in Texas and elsewhere to the whole economy. Time will answer the question. What we know is that the new rule comes over the objections of business lobbyists.

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