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  • Limited use of pay incentives holds back hiring at IRS - August 10, 2023
  • Molly Weisner, Federal Times

    The IRS has a big order to fill: tens of thousands of new employees are needed in the next two years to fight a high attrition rate that is eroding ranks at a time when the agency says it needs to expand.

    To do that, the IRS should be making more use of pay incentives, which it has used sparingly in the last three years, according to its inspector general.

    The agency did rely on pay incentives to keep essential workers from jumping ship at the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2019, but it has issued relocation, recruitment and retention bonuses only 31 other times during that period.

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