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Office of Personnel Management

End of year bonuses ONLY for "outstanding" employees

Only those employees that received an "outstanding" rating in their most recent employee evaluation should receive bonuses.

 

Similarly, "blanket bonuses" (where the entire office receives a bonus just because) should be eliminated.

 

This not only reduces costs to the tax payer, but also encourages employees to strive to excel (which, afterall is supposed to be the point of a bonus in teh first place)

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Department of Veterans Affairs

VA Employee Bonuses

Since the Veterans who receive compensation benefits for service connected disabilities have not had a Cost of Living Adjustment (COLA) in many years; And, since the Federal Employees at the Veterans Benefits Administration (VBA) continued to receive COLAs until this year; And, since the VBA offices are allowed to establish their own production goals while still struggling with the backlog to adjudicate claims; It would... more »

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Department of Veterans Affairs

Travel Bonus

When official travel is needed, provide the employee the government rate - allow them to book the government contract if they wish but offer a bonus of 20% (like a gratuity) of the savings if they travel a cheaper way and submit the actual expense on their voucher. In this way each employee becomes a part of cost management and is rewarded for their efforts accordingly. As a result a lot of data will be collected about... more »

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