Postal and Classified Employees Salary Adjustment: Hearings Before the Committee on Post Office and Civil Service, House of Representatives, Eighty-sixth Congress, Second Session
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1960 - 705 halaman
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additional adjustments administration agencies amount answer areas arrive average basic basis believe benefits bill budget Bureau carriers CHAIRMAN changes cities Civil Service Classification Act clerks committee comparable compensation complete Congress consideration considered correct cost Department economic effect employment engineers established fact Federal employees feel figures give given going Government grade Gross HALLBECK hearings higher hour increase JOHANSEN Jones Labor Leave legislation LESINSKI letter living million operation paid pay raise percent performed period personnel plans position Post Office postal employees Postmaster present President private industry problem productivity proposed Public question reason receive record Rees referred represent responsibility result salary schedule Secretary standard statement Statistics step survey Thank things tion United wage workers
Halaman 347 - ... in determining the rate of basic compensation which an officer or employee shall receive, (A) the principle of equal pay for substantially equal work shall be followed...
Halaman 6 - Commission or, if no published standards directly apply, consistently with published standards. A department may, whenever the facts warrant, change any position which it has placed in a class or grade under this subsection from such class or grade to another class or grade.
Halaman 347 - ... (b) Any officer or employee who is promoted or transferred to a position in a higher grade shall receive basic compensation at the lowest rate of such higher grade which exceeds his existing rate of basic compensation by not less than two step-increases of the grade from which he is promoted or transferred.
Halaman 6 - ... employees are in grades in which the compensation increments are $200 or more, subject to the following conditions: "(1) That...
Halaman 2 - If the officer or employe is receiving basic compensation immediately prior to the effective date of this section at one of the rates of a grade in the General Schedule of the Classification Act of 1949, as amended, he shall receive a rate of basic compensation at the corresponding rate in effect on and after such date. (2) If the officer or employee, is receiving basic compensation immediately prior to the effective...
Halaman 1 - In computing the percentage increase under this subsection the amount of the Increase shall be rounded to the nearest dollar. A half dollar or one-half cent shall be rounded to the next highest dollar or cent, respectively. " (b) Each employee shall be assigned to — "(1) longevity step A at the beginning of the pay period following the completion of ten years of service ; and...
Halaman 99 - Administration, with members in the 50 States, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands? and the District of Columbia.
Halaman 344 - GS-9 includes all classes of positions the duties of which are (1) to perform, under general supervision, very difficult and responsible work along special technical, supervisory, or administrative lines in office, business, or fiscal administration, requiring (A...
Halaman 296 - From broad program objectives, plans, organizes and supervises or conducts research Investigations with responsibility for defining projects and scope and Independently selecting lines of approach. Participates In planning research programs on the basis of specialized knowledge of problems and methods and probable value of results. As individual worker carries out research project requiring origination of new scientific techniques and mature background of knowledge of related fields of science.
Halaman 165 - The largest part of the rise in total costs between 1955 and 1957 was accounted for not by the increase in wage costs but by the increase in salary and other overhead costs. This increase in turn was associated with the investment boom. Business firms purchased large amounts of new equipment, hired extensive professional, technical, sales, and clerical staffs, and speeded up research and development projects. When output did not rise producers attempted to recapture at least some of these increased...