- Letters to the Editor. // Malakoff News (TX);6/24/2011, Vol. 102 Issue 25, p2A
Several letters to the editor are presented including one regarding the cost savings related to the possible reduction of Justices of the Peace (JP) in Texas and one on the underpayment for city, federal, and state employees.
- Pay transparency will be a tricky balancing act for HR. Spalding, Dawn; Peters, Lauren; Kimsec // Personnel Today;6/8/2010, p8
The article presents a blog related to the pay transparency of managers in the public sector of Great Britain and discusses its effect on Human Resources (HR). She says that pay transparency will raise unusual employee relation issues for HR. She believes that HR will have to maintain a balance...
- Letters to the Editor. Bowes, Michael A.; Bozarth, Hal // njbiz;9/21/2009, Vol. 22 Issue 38, p17
Several letters to the editor are presented in response to articles published in previous issues and other business-related topics including "Shrinking government's payroll critical to state" in August 17, 2009 issue" and the U.S. Congress' approach to tax reform.
- LETTERS. // Governing;Aug2012, p6
Several letters to the editor are presented in response to articles in previous issues including "How Public Should Public Salaries Be?" in the July 2012 issue, "The Trouble With Twitter" in the July 2012 issue, and "Plastic Fantastic" in he June 2012 issue.
- LETTERS TO THE EDITORS. White, Wray P.; Hart, A.; Gates, Teresa A.; Root, Norman M.; Tinney Jr., W. S.; Anthony, Charles H.; English, J. R.; Herlands, Irwin; Hall, Javen H.; Turner, Nolen; Spence, Hartzell; Littleton, Sue; Burkhard, Russell V.; Solomon Jr., W. L.; Allen, Bertram; Gilliam Jr., Thomas H.; Heacox, Constance // Saturday Evening Post;3/11/1950, Vol. 222 Issue 37, p4
Presents letters to the editor referencing topics and articles discussed in previous issues. "Our Public Servants Are Better Paid Than the Public Which Pays Them," by Ashley Halsey Jr.; "The Phantom Flivver," by Frank Luther Mott; "Why We Lost China," by Joseph Alsop.
- CORRESPONDENCE. Ryan, John A.; Hennrich, Kilian J.; Mommersteeg, P. J. M. H.; Roberta, Anna; McCarty, Grace L.; Dempsey, Joseph L. // America;8/28/1943, Vol. 69 Issue 21, p586
Several letters to the editor are presented in response to articles in previous issues, including "We're in Dutch," in the August 14, 1943 issue, "Uncle Sam's Payroll," in the July 31, 143 issue, and "We Gag at the Digest," in the July 10, 1943 issue.
- CORRESPONDENCE. O'BRIEN, JOHN; MCGRATH, ROSE A.; HOFFMAN, WALLACE; KIMBALL, HARRY W.; W. E. S; JAMBOR, RAY S.; PERRY, C. J.; LABOON, JOHN // America;3/31/1951, Vol. 84 Issue 26, p782
Several letters to the editor are presented in response to articles in previous issues including "I'm a Catholic - Who Cares?," by Edmund LeBreton in the March 10, 1951 issue, an article about government employee salaries in the U.S. and a response by Harry W. Kimball to a letter to the editor...
- Will variety spice civil service life? Elliott, Robert // People Management;10/19/95, Vol. 1 Issue 21, p48
Predicts that the decentralization of pay in the civil service will lead to an increase in average pay, inequality and fewer jobs. How the decentralization of the United Kingdom civil service grades began; Reason why wage growth is difficult to control and less predictable under a decentralized...
- Colorado is redesigning its pay plan to reward employees for their performance. Kinser, Kim // State Government News;Oct97, Vol. 40 Issue 8, p27
Reports that the Colorado state government has shifted toward a performance-based pay system for its employees. Colorado Peak Performance program; Incorporation of the ideas and recommendations of state managers, employees and experts; Performance management; Final three phases of the program.