A White House task force has recommendations to improve federal unions, but NTEU's national president tells Federal News Network it's time to start implementing them.
Bottom line: Both parties could be missing the boat (and vote) if they attack or ignore feds because they THINK they know their politics, but don’t!
AFGE has begun the process to separate its union chapter for ICE officers, essentially dissolving the council's collective bargaining agreement.
In today's Federal Newscast, Forest Service workers press for better living conditions.
TSA is confronting turnover challenges as air travel approaches pre-pandemic levels.
In today's Federal Newscast, some agency leaders are taking a closer look at improving cooperation with unions.
Current policy lets feds use sick leave to travel for medical care, but some employer groups want the White House to go further.
Backers say it's needed in part because of low pay and high turnover on Capitol Hill. But not everyone thinks it's a good idea.
The American Federation of Government Employees filed a fourth unfair labor practice complaint with EEOC over safety protocols in reentry plans.
The IRS outlined “pass-through” provisions of its 2022 National Agreement with the National Treasury Employees Union, which apply to agency managers and non-bargaining unit employees.
Federal unions AFGE and NTEU hope to resolve some ongoing workforce challenges after two offices vote to organize.
The American Federation of Government Employees thinks it could lead to wholesale reductions in the civilian ranks.
In today's Federal Newscast, employees at the Bureau of Land Management's headquarters vote to receive union coverage.
The National Treasury Employees Union petitions to optimize case selection for federal-labor relations program amid 314-case backlog.