The American Federation of Government Employees (AFGE) says workers hired this year would have to pay up to $1,300, at a rate of $25 per pay period, until their ďdebt for underpaymentĒ is satisfied.

According to AFGE, the government has been unable to collect full employee retirement contributions through paycheck deductions for employees hired in 2014 and wonít have that capability until late July or August. To make up for that, $25 will be deducted from their checks until the amount missed since the beginning of the year is covered.
Union: Don’t force retroactive retirement payments from federal workers