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December 4, 1994 | STEPHEN BARR, THE WASHINGTON POST
The Clinton Administration wants to give government agencies the right to dock a worker's pay for poor performance and extend the probationary period for new hires, according to a draft plan to increase flexibility in federal personnel management. The proposals are part of a legislative package the Administration is developing and plans to send to Congress early next year. It is designed to revamp the way the government hires, classifies jobs, structures pay and awards bonuses.
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December 4, 1994 | STEPHEN BARR, THE WASHINGTON POST
The Clinton Administration wants to give government agencies the right to dock a worker's pay for poor performance and extend the probationary period for new hires, according to a draft plan to increase flexibility in federal personnel management. The proposals are part of a legislative package the Administration is developing and plans to send to Congress early next year. It is designed to revamp the way the government hires, classifies jobs, structures pay and awards bonuses.
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