Relations between the Trump administration and federal employee unions have frayed. Bob Tobias, professor in the Key Executive Leadership Program at American University, offered some perspective on how things perhaps should go.
Agencies are beginning to revoke the actions they previously took to comply with the president’s recent workforce executive orders, federal unions said.
These and others are reasons why settlement agreements are a useful tool in the employee relations toolbox.
Four Democratic senators have introduce a bill designed to crack down on wasteful spending by political appointees.
Office of Personnel Management Director Jeff Pon has told agencies to revoke the provisions of the president’s executive orders that a federal district court recently invalidated. Other aspects of the president’s EOs remain in effect.
Federal News Radio reporters Nicole Ogrysko and Jory Heckman join host Mike Causey on this week’s Your Turn to discuss the recent court ruling against the Trump administration’s crackdown against federal unions, and why there is a mini-exodus of scientists from the federal government. Aug. 29, 2018
The recent court ruling against the administration’s crackdown by executive order against federal unions delighted some people inside government. Others think the decision is highly political.
With the federal district court’s late-Friday ruling, unions are declaring victory and asking agencies to immediately return to the status quo before the president issued his three executive orders. But change may be a long time coming.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the U.S. Court of Appeals opens up the possibility for veterans to file suit collectively, instead of as individuals.
A federal district court judge issued a long-awaited decision on the legality of President Donald Trump’s executive orders on official time, collective bargaining and employee accountability.