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In the 2014 Federal Employees Handbook, FEDweek steps in and fills the void where the federal government and others leave off, adding to and "translating" and organizing official federal government guidance and policy to make it easier to understand and to use. As you may know, there's a lot of information available to federal employees in the form of downloads and sometimes brochures or pamphlets, but most often they can fall woefully short in many areas.Written by our veteran team of experts, the 2014 Federal Employees Handbook contains the very latest critical information on your federal pay and benefits and workplace policies and will help you take full advantage of your opportunities and avoid costly mistakes.
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ISBN: 9781483516103
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