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EEOC adds safety inspections, flexible work hours in FLRA complaint settlement

EEOC and AFGE reached a settlement agreement after the Federal Labor Relations Authority issued a complaint over the agency’s office reentry policy.

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Expanded telework just one of many changes in NSF’s new union contract

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AFGE, Education resolve years of negotiations in settlement of over 20 disputes

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AFGE files grievance over VA facilities limiting time off for employees to vote

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Federal appeals court latest stop for immigration judges union to get recertified

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Nurses at one Veterans Affairs facility win a double-digit pay increase

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Advocacy groups raise concerns about federal pay system amid growing wage gap

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AFGE heightens calls for major SSA workforce improvements at union rally

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SSA union seeks $16.5B in emergency funding to rebuild depleted workforce

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Federal employees will pay 8.7% more, on average, toward 2023 health premiums

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Two agencies took initial steps to implement Schedule F, GAO finds

Although never fully implemented, a new GAO report reveals two agencies that started initial steps of reclassifying positions to Schedule F.

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Do arbitrators go easy on federal employees who challenge being fired?

Union arbitrators routinely reinstate fired federal employees who grieve their dismissals according to an analysis of cases conducted by a think tank.

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An unprecedented case arises on the status of a union of Park Service employees

The Federal Labor Relations Authority has to hear an unprecedented case, in for review. Normally, once a federal union is certified, no decertification vote can occur for at least a year. The question is: can a decertification vote take place within a year, if the original certification occurred without a vote in the first place?

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