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SECONDARY BENEFITS ARE IMPORTANT
MANY BENEFITS ARE COMPLEX AND DIFFICULT
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actuarial Alaska range APPENDIX IV APPENDIX areas assessing assumptions base pay benefit available benefit measurements benefit provisions benefits adjustments blue-collar employees blue-collar workers Civil Service companies compensation comparability system confidence intervals Congress Congressional Budget Office cost disability Employee Benefits employee groups Employee is provided employees are currently employees Please specify Employees Professional/Administrative Technical/Clerical Enter amounts Enter percentage establish eligibility estimates Federal employees Federal pay Federal white-collar employees full-time employees full-time professional Gladys Noon Spellman included last fiscal locality pay ment methodology non-Federal sector non-union personnel OPM's participated pay and benefits private plans private sector production employees actually Professional/Administrative Technical/Clerical Production retirement benefit retirement rates Retirement System salary sample savings and thrift secondary benefits sick leave skip to Benefit social security specify criteria technical/clerical and production Technical/Clerical Production Total thrift plans tion total comparability total compensation comparability total compensation system vacation wage