Laura Ingraham cuestiona la efectividad del trabajo remoto para empleados federales

Por ejemplo, las oficinas vacantes de los Departamentos de Seguridad Nacional, La salud y los servicios humanos y el transporte son “una completa farsa.” Es decir “especialmente [el caso] en medio de una espiral inflacionaria, a supply chain crisis and a new Covid variant….,” ella continuó. “...[I]n the twisted liberal mind, in-person work is expected for…store clerks, baristas…[,]janitors, [y] airport personnel but the average federal worker apparently believes staying home is their right.

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Ingraham called federal workers Del presidente Bidenelectoral bread and butter,” citing a Biden administration plan to make telework permanent for federal employees.

According to the United States Office of Personnel Management’s latest guidance, federal workers who have to commute at least twice a pay period should still be paid relative to the location of their in-person office.

No one believes that managers are as effective at monitoring the activities of employees who are not on-site,” Ingraham dijo. “And even if we take it as true that federal employees are just as efficient at home as they are at work, then why are we paying them [Washington,] D.C.-area wages?”