In today’s Federal Newscast, Council 216 of the American Federation of Government Employees is urging the EEOC to push for more staff.
At least three agencies have issued bargaining proposals that are similar to the provisions outlined in the President’s three workforce executive orders, which he signed nearly a year ago.
Federal News Network’s Nicole Ogrysko joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin to discuss challenges to Trump’s executive orders to limit collective bargaining.
Employees at the Economic Research Service (ERS) voted 138 to 4 to join a collective bargaining unit with the American Federation of Government Employees, days after the Agriculture Department further narrowed down its list of possible sites for the relocation of ERS and National Institute of Food and Agriculture.
A series of new collective bargaining proposals from the Department of Veterans Affairs would impact employee leave, disciplinary procedures and telework.
In today’s Federal Newscast, members of Congress introduced a bill to allow military servicemembers to sue the DoD for instances of medical malpractice unrelated to their military duties.
While employees await a decision about the department’s plans for the proposed USDA relocation, Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue has announced a new initiative designed to better organize workspace in the national capital region.
In today’s Federal Newscast, all signs point to federal employees’ paychecks looking a little larger by early next week.
Attorneys representing the Trump administration on Thursday argued the Federal Labor Relations Authority has the power to assess the validity of the President’s workforce executive orders.
Eligible employees of SSA have until May 31 to decide if they will take an early retirement, according to an email Federal News Network obtained.