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General Services Administration

Allow for Part-Time and/or Job Sharing

Allow individuals to share a full time position. The governemnt would save money on the healthcare it would no longer provide to the part-time people. They would also save money on TSP & Leave. The government would also be able to retain some of the folks who are close to retirement and with that, their knowledge. The employees would be more engaged in their job because they would have 2-3 days off to do things for... more »

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Department of Homeland Security

Save funds by using part-time employees for extra hours!

Use part-time employees to work extra hours instead of full-time employees. For full-time employees, extra time worked is paid time and a half. For part-time employees, extra time worked is paid as additional regular time. In my organization full-time employees are often offered extra hours before part-time employees.

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Environmental Protection Agency

ALLOW Part-time work BTW 33 & 39 hours...NOT just 32 or fewer

Currently, Federal Employees can only work a part-time schedule of 32 or fewer hours. This is problematic for employees who want to work 35 hours, or 37 hours, for example, due to childcare or other life-needs. The government would save money in salary, and employees could better balance life-work. Employees are squeezed into a 40-hour work week when it is not optimal and this requires greater salary.

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Legislative Branch

Full-time employees work more hours for more pay but no benefits

Allow an office to meet its staffing requirements by hiring current full-time employees for additional hours without any additional benefits.
Government offices often have extra work to do, but not enough work or funding to support a new full-time employee. Instead of hiring a new full-time employee or contractor for that work, an office could offer additional hourly pay to an employee of another office or agency without... more »

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