|Other titles||Equalize pay of retired officers of Army, etc|
|Contributions||United States. Congress. House. Committee on Military Affairs|
|The Physical Object|
(6) If the retired grade of an officer is reduced or increased through the reopening of the officer's retired grade, the retired pay of the officer under chapter 71 of this title shall be recalculated, and any modification of the retired pay of the officer as a result of the reduction or increase shall go into effect on the effective date of. Equal pay for equal work -- Law and legislation; Equal pay for equal work -- United States; Filed under: Equal pay for equal work. Equal Pay for Equal Work: The Story of the Struggle for Justice Being Made by the Women Teachers of the City of New York (New York: B. F. Buck and Co., ), by Grace Charlotte Strachan. multiple formats at A federal court ruling in April brought about some long anticipated changes in the battle for equal pay. The case took place in California, but resulting changes occurred across the country. The win brought changes in the interpretation of the Equal Pay Act, overturning a . Today is Equal Pay Day. This represents how far into a woman would have to work to earn what a man got paid in alone. On average, American women earn 79 cents for every dollar a man makes. The gender pay gap is real and it has consequences throughout a woman’s life, including in her retirement. For many women, retirement is a struggle.
Getty. The Equal Pay Act (EPA) prohibits employers from paying unequal wages for equal work and the law specifically prohibits wage discrimination on the basis of gender. To prevail on a . legacy retirement pay plan, monthly retired pay is equal to retired pay base times percent the times years of service. For Regular and nonRegular (Reserve/Guard) members covered by the - BRS, monthly retired pay is equal to the retired pay base times percent times years of service. The retirement plan must be a governmental plan that is a qualified trust or a section (a), (b), or (b) plan. The distribution must be from a retirement plan maintained by the employer from which the taxpayer retired as a public safety officer and cannot be from some other retirement plan. This handbook is not a complete description of your retirement benefit under Plan 2 of the Law Enforcement Officers’ and Fire Fighters’ Retirement System. State retirement laws govern your benefit. If any conflicts exist between the information shown in this handbook and what is contained in current law, the law governs. Glossary Terms.
A) the net pay amount is not important for accounting purposes B) net pay equals gross pay minus all deductions C) the amount of compensation that the employee actually takes home is net pay D) the employer either writes a paycheck to each employee for his or her net pay or directly deposits the employee's net pay into the employee's bank account. Additionally, Post-employment restrictions for all retired military officers and civilian employees who retire or separate from the service or government employment on or after Jan 1, , have. Compensatory damages should be calculated separately from back pay, other benefits, and fees and are limited to no more than $,  As noted earlier in this Chapter, the same analysis applies to EEO complaints filed under the Rehabilitation Act of , the Age Discrimination in Employment Act of , and the Equal Pay Act of Summary of H.R - 95th Congress (): A bill to amend section of the Career Compensation Act of , as amended, to equalize the retired pay of certain officers of the uniformed services retired prior to October 1, , under the same law and with the same service, as those retired after Septem , but prior to June 1,