Sunday, January 13, 2019
The Antideficiency Act seems to contradict the FLSA, forcing some federal employees to work without on-time paychecks
Todd Dickey explains how the Antideficiency Act of 1870 countermands the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and results in a situation where some critical federal employees can be required to stay on the job without knowing when they will be paid.
To me, it sounds like involuntary servitude, the 13th Amendment.
(Picture: Dec 1, walk to end HIV)
Wednesday, January 09, 2019
USA Today had a brief article Tuesday on the desirability of keeping workplace desks clean, and having paper purges. I couldn't find it online.
My own boss at USLICO back in the 1990s used to get after me about that.
But a site called “shredit” discusses the value of a clean desk policy in detail, when there are any questions about security for customer information. It has always been common in the military.