Carrot and (Chap) Stick

Barrett, Randy
April 2006
National Journal;4/29/2006, Vol. 38 Issue 17, p3
The article provides information on a proposal by U.S. Chief of Staff Joshua Bolten on incentives for employees of the Administration of President George W. Bush. Leon Panetta, former chief of staff in the administration of former President Bill Clinton, stressed the low pays received by presidential employees compared to corporate ones; Bolten includes a presigned presidential pardon in the incentives package; Panetta raised concern on the ability of Bush to adjust to new employees.


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