The Office of Personnel Management issued extensive guidance on Friday designed to help agencies make decisions about future telework and remote work policies. Here are seven takeaways and highlights.
The Department of Veterans Affairs will reimburse American Federation of Government Employees representatives for any leave they took over the last three years to handle union duties in the absence of official time.
The Biden administration recently announced a series of steps it would take to improve pay and expand capacity for federal firefighters, but a federal union worries they're not nearly not enough to support intensifying fire seasons that grow longer each year.
Veterans Affairs must reinstate certain employees who were fired, demoted or suspended without a chance to improve their performance, according to a decision which the Federal Labor Relations Authority upheld for a second time last week.
In today's Federal Newscast, top House Republicans want to know why the administration granted ethics waivers to two political appointees at the Office of Personnel Management and Office of Management and Budget.
In today's Federal Newscast, two of the top Republicans on the House Oversight and Reform Committee say the administration's reopening plans for federal employees are unacceptable.
The Biden administration directed the Transportation Security Administration to expand collective bargaining rights, begin negotiating a new contract and pay TSA officers General Schedule wages.
In today's Federal Newscast, the Rights for the TSA Workforce Act would give transportation security officers General Schedule pay and collective bargaining rights.
At least two unions have been bargaining for four years. And, it turns out, in bad faith.
The federal arbitrator recently stopped the Social Security Administration from moving ahead on a partial labor contract with the Association of Administrative Law Judges.
President Biden has said he wants publicly funded infrastructure projects to be built with unionized labor. And unions are ready for the task.
The Office of Personnel Management is reviewing a 2017 executive order from the Trump administration, which disbanded formal labor-management relations forums.
As pandemic guidelines change, the House Oversight and Reform Committee advanced legislation that would require specific workplace safety plans from federal agencies as they prepare to reopen offices.
Deputy Postmaster General Doug Tulino and the USPS Board of Governors will help USPS move ahead with its 10-year reform plan and deal with persistent challenges with on-time mail delivery.