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In the Age of COVID-19, Do All Federal Employees Get Hazard Pay?
In the Age of COVID-19, Do All Federal Employees Get Hazard Pay?

As the number of those infected by the new strain of coronavirus continues to pitch upward, employees who can’t work from home – especially those in essential roles – have been agitating for hazard pay. Companies like Costco and Target are bumping up pay for workers (but ...

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