Flu season is here. Federal Employees Health Benefits Program (FEHBP) participants and their eligible family members can receive free flu shots.
All FEHBP health plans cover flu shots at no cost to their members. Use your ZIP code to find your local flu shot on this webpage.
In his GovLoop blog series this week, National President Tony Reardon is talking about what paid parental leave means for federal employees. “As a father of four, I know just how important it is for parents to bond with their newborn children or kids they adopt or foster,” said President Reardon.
Continue reading “President Reardon’s Blog Series on Paid Parental Leave”
Many federal workers will consider retirement at the close of 2016. NTEU’s blog, A Day’s Work, offers considerations to maximize the lump-sum payments of annual leave, different rules for those under the Federal Employees Retirement System (FERS) and the Civil Service Retirement System (CSRS). Read on…