In today's Federal Newscast, the largest federal employee union has some ideas of how to address the Defense Department's skill gaps.
Employees worry recent initiatives designed to raise the profile of diversity and inclusion within the Department of Veterans Affairs won't trickle down to local facilities and mid-management.
Federal Drive with Tom Temin concluded its four-part series, Federal Unions: For better or for worse, with the president of one of the major unions itself, the National Treasury Employees Union's Tony Reardon.
There's bipartisan consensus transportation security officers are underpaid, but Congress can't yet agree on the best path for raising TSA salaries.
Official time was sharply curtailed during the Trump administration. Now a Republican-backed bill in the House would eliminate official time.
What is the proper role of union today? And do they help or hinder what JFK called the effective conduct of public business? We're exploring the question in a series of interviews this week.
This time last year, local leaders at the American Federation of Government Employees were scrambling to resolve multiple crises. Now, they’re highlighting staffing shortages at multiple agencies.
For better or worse, public administration and the people who carry it out deal regularly with employee unions. But do unions help or hinder that public administration?
They're here to stay regardless. It works well when everyone keeps the mission as the North Star.
In today's Federal Newscast, President Joe Biden signs a new executive order designed to promote collective bargaining.
Like a hot air balloon with a pinhole, the National Labor Relations Board has been steadily losing people and the morale of those remaining.
The Environmental Protection Agency and American Federation of Government Employees will revert back to some policies from a 2007 contract while they negotiate a new collective bargaining agreement.
Leaders of the House Oversight and Reform Government Operations Subcommittee are calling on the Biden administration to quickly nominate qualified members to the Merit Systems Protection Board.
Some federal employees are receiving COVID-19 vaccines through their agencies, but for others, they must wait until their state and local governments make doses available.