Fringe benefits (41 - 49 of 49 items)
Benefits from Flexible Work Schedules--Legal Limitations Remain
FPCD-77-62: Published: Sep 26, 1977. Publicly Released: Sep 26, 1977.
There is no apparent reason why the government might not benefit from the use of flexible or compressed work schedules. A flexible schedule allows employees the freedom to choose, within given constraints, their working hours. Compressed schedules are fixed and involve working the same number of hours as usual in fewer days. An estimated 10,000 nonfederal organizations with 1.2 million employees a...
Comments on a Bill which Would Provide that Contracts for the Federal Employee Health Benefits Program Shall Preempt State and Local Laws which Conflict with Such Contracts
B-119033: Published: Sep 9, 1977. Publicly Released: Sep 9, 1977.
No summary is currently available...
Administration of the Workers' Compensation Program
GGD-77-45: Published: Jul 8, 1977. Publicly Released: Jul 8, 1977.
The Postal Service's cost for workers' compensation has increased greatly since fiscal year 1973. Even though the Postal Service has taken action to manage its program more efficiently, it needs to do more.Many problems appear to result from insufficient number of staff to administer the program and inadequate procedures and training...
Proposed Bill to Provide for Grade Retention Benefits for Certain Federal Employees Whose Positions Are Reduced in Grade
FPC-77-47: Published: May 27, 1977. Publicly Released: May 27, 1977.
No summary is currently available...
Changes to the Federal Employees Group Life Insurance Program Are Needed
FPCD-77-19: Published: May 6, 1977. Publicly Released: May 6, 1977.
A comparative analysis was made of life insurance and other death benefit programs available to Federal employees and retirees with similar programs in the non-Federal sector.Death benefits for Federal Employees are available from several sources, including the Federal Employees' Group Life Insurance Program, various retirement programs, and workers' compensation. As a package, these are generally...
Manual on Remedies Available to Third Parties in Adjudicating Federal Employee Grievances
FPCD-76-68: Published: Mar 30, 1977. Publicly Released: Mar 30, 1977.
Third parties under the federal labor-management relations program adjudicate a wide range of issues, and the remedies they offer must conform to the requirements of law and regulation. GAO prepared the manual to assist third parties in fashioning remedies consistent with federal statutes and regulations. The manual details the available remedies for the most common cases requiring make-whole reme...
Special Travel Benefits for Federal Employees in Hawaii, Alaska, and Similar Areas Outside the Continental United States Should Be Changed
FPCD-76-65: Published: Mar 2, 1977. Publicly Released: Mar 2, 1977.
The reemployment travel benefits provided to certain federal employees serving in Alaska, Hawaii, and other nonforeign areas outside the continental United States were examined. The government presently pays round trip travel and transportation expenses for certain federal employees and their families to visit their former residences between tours of duty.Conditions have changed considerably in so...
Pay, Allowances, and Perquisite Benefits of Executive Positions of the 11 Executive Departments
FPCD-77-4: Published: Oct 27, 1976. Publicly Released: Oct 27, 1976.
The Commission on the Operation of the Senate requested information about compensation and benefits to Executive Level I and II positions in the 11 executive departments. Specific information is provided on pay, fringe benefits, special tax adjustments, special training provisions, and the authorization of motor vehicles. Information is also provided on the official reception and representation al...