NSF said it “deeply values” employee feedback, but the agency has no intentions of altering its return-to-office plans, and instead plans to work with AFGE to solidify “additional flexibilities.”
The American Federation of Government Employees filed a request with the Federal Labor Relations Authority to begin investigating the viability of union recognition at Ramstein Air Base.
The Department of Veterans Affairs and the largest federal employee union have finalized a new labor agreement, putting an end to more than six years of stalled contract negotiations.
Alma Lee, the president of the American Federation of Government Employees National VA Council, explains why the contract with the Veterans Affairs Department reverses years of frustrations.
After a historic pay raise, TSA is now working on an expanded collective bargaining agreement. We look at how we got to this point, and what comes next for airport screeners and other TSA employees.
In more than a thousand federal employee complaints filed against their unions, only 1% of those employees prevailed. That is according to research by a group called Americans for Fair Treatment. AFT says it is dedicated to ensuring accountability for federal employee unions.
In today's Federal Newscast: Military families will now be able to use $5,000 in pre-tax income to care for dependents. DoD's CIO mandates new rules for buying cloud services. And presidential candidate Ron DeSantis will "start slitting throats" of federal employees his first day on the job.
The department expects the settlement agreement with AFGE to cost hundreds of millions of dollars, but it will take years to either reinstate or compensate the thousands of impacted former VA employees.
The push and pull over how much feds should return to the office seems headed to a grudging settlement.
The updated collective bargaining agreement between the Social Security Administration and the American Federation of Government Employees will cement official time, a mentorship program, child and elder care benefits and more for another six years.
Top Republicans on the House Veterans Affairs Committee are leading a bill to let the Department of Veterans Affairs once again fire employees more quickly.
Following earlier announcements from the Department of Veterans Affairs and FEMA, more agencies are rolling out plans to increase in-office work for federal employees.
In today's Federal Newscast, employees at the Social Security Administration are warning that the agency's workforce challenges have become even more troubling.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency is planning to bring employees back to the office on a more regular basis in the coming months, Federal News Network has confirmed.