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  • New Bill Would ‘Close The Gap’ Between Salaried And Hourly Feds - December 12, 2019
  • By Jessie Burr, FederalTimes

    Federal employees that work for an hourly wage can receive a different level of locality pay adjustment than their salaried counterparts due to the laws that determine the boundaries for such pay.

    But legislation introduced in the House and Senate Dec. 11 by Rep. Matt Cartwright, D-Pa., and Sen. Bob Casey, D-Pa., would ensure that locality pay boundaries — which determine whether a federal employee is located in a sufficiently expensive area of the country to need a pay bump — are the same for both salaried and hourly workers.

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