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A federal appeals court is striking down a Federal Labor Relations Authority decision that gave agencies more authority at the negotiating table with unions.
The Biden administration has a lot of labor itches to scratch, but they're not totally in control.
For an update, the Federal Drive with Tom Temin turned to the president of the National Association of Immigration Judges Mimi Tsankov.
The Social Security Administration came out last or nearly last in nearly every measure in the recent pulse survey that came out from the Office of Management and Budget.
Of the agency reentry plans that Federal News Network recently reviewed, it's mostly managers and supervisors who appear primed to return to the office, at least for a day or two a week, in early January.
The White House on Wednesday announced new steps agencies will take to better inform prospective federal employees, new hires and current workers about their collective bargaining rights — and provide more details on how they can become active dues-paying union members if they choose.
Labor relations at the Department of Veterans Affairs soured a bit during the Trump administration. And they haven't gotten any better with Joe Biden in the White House.
DHS Secretary Mayorkas is reviewing proposals from the Transportation Security Administration, along with input from the American Federation of Government Employees, on plans to administratively expand collective bargaining and other workplace rights.
Unvaccinated employees and federal contractors who are teleworking are not subject to regular COVID-19 testing, the Biden administration said Wednesday. In addition, agencies can't require telework for unvaccinated employees solely based on their inoculation status.
The Department of Health and Human Services is the latest agency to announce a reset in labor relations with its union, following a Biden administration executive order that restored collective bargaining and official time.
The Department of Veterans Affairs will reimburse American Federation of Government Employees representatives for any leave they took over the last three years to handle union duties in the absence of official time.
Veterans Affairs must reinstate certain employees who were fired, demoted or suspended without a chance to improve their performance, according to a decision which the Federal Labor Relations Authority upheld for a second time last week.
The Biden administration directed the Transportation Security Administration to expand collective bargaining rights, begin negotiating a new contract and pay TSA officers General Schedule wages.
The federal arbitrator recently stopped the Social Security Administration from moving ahead on a partial labor contract with the Association of Administrative Law Judges.