VA declares victory, but AFGE isn’t accepting latest impasse panel decision

The decision from the impasses panel, once implemented, would dramatically cut official time and abolish labor-management training, safety committees and…

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5 workforce executive orders President-Elect Biden should cancel on Jan. 20

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A federal employee’s guide to Trump and Biden’s 2020 campaign platforms

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OPM proposes new limits on back pay for federal employees, unions

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AFGE, VA contract negotiations stalled for months as parties await FLRA decision

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NTEU earns win in ongoing legal battle over Trump’s workforce executive orders

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Even after signing a new contract, EPA and AFGE are still at odds over telework

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Slim pickings on big federal workforce changes in 2021 legislation

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Two largest federal employee unions endorse Biden for president

Under a Biden administration, President Donald Trump’s 2018 workforce executive orders would go, the National Treasury Employees Union said Monday.

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FLRA finalizes rule allowing employees to more easily cancel federal union dues

The rule finalizes a 2-1 decision the FLRA had made back in February.

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MSPB extending mandatory telework until next month

In today’s Federal Newscast, while many agencies are setting reopening dates in early to mid-June to bring an initial wave of employees back to the office, the Merit Systems Protection Board is waiting until the end of June.

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