The National Federation of Federal Employees (NFFE) is leading a coalition of 13 unions in another lawsuit against the president’s recent workforce executive orders.
Twenty-one House Republicans said they’re concerned the president’s recent federal workforce executive orders undermine existing labor law and may jeopardize longstanding and productive relationships with agency management.
Do those Trump administration executive orders on federal employment and labor relations have you upset, worried or fearful? Well maybe you need to take a deep breath.
The gig economy is a durable but static part of the U.S. economy. Employers will always have their traditional challenges.
Although feds are supposed to avoid partisan politics at work, chances are you have a pretty good idea how most of your colleagues voted in the last election.
The success of the new President’s Management Agenda hinges on the Trump administration’s ability to modernize the federal workforce, the Office of Management and Budget says.
My concern with respect to these executive orders is that they make civil service reform less likely. There are many areas where agreement between the right and left is a possibility. The issue of labor relations is not high on that list.
Republican politicians might be making a big mistake in writing off federal workers and retirees, and Democrats might make an equally big mistake by taking them for granted.
The executive order directs agencies to renegotiate union contracts and suggests that agencies set more concrete time limits for these discussions.
The National Treasury Employees Union is also suing the president and Office of Personnel Management Director Jeff Pon over recent executive orders.