Federal Employment Benefits Probed at Hearing

by carlos 7. August 2007


During Testimony Thursday, U.S. Office of Personnel Management Director Linda M. Springer urged lawmakers to approve legislation on workplace rules and employee benefits to help the federal government build an effective work force, including the ability to retain older, more experienced employees.

She also urged legislators to support efforts to rehire retirees on a limited basis.

While speaking before the House Subcommittee on the Federal Workforce, the Postal Service and the District of Columbia,
Director Springer said that the federal government "has long been a recognized leader in employer-sponsored benefits, helping to ensure agencies have a competitive advantage in recruiting and retaining top talent."

She also said that, "We must continue to offer a full range of benefits that effectively meets the needs of all our employees,
retirees, and their families."

There are currently three Proposals before Congress.

The Office of Personnel Management (or OPM) is an Independent Agency of the United States Government that manages the civil service of the federal government. It is one of the principal agencies in the Executive Office.

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