The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia on Wednesday denied unions a chance to rehear their case against the president’s workforce executive orders before a full panel of judges.
A Supreme Court decision last year ruled that public employee unions can’t collect dues unless members individually sign waivers specifically giving away their constitutional first amendment rights.
The National Right To Work Legal Defense Foundation cited a Supreme Court ruling last year that struck them down for non-federal government employees.
The Justice Department’s immigration arm sent judges a morning news briefing that included a blog post from a virulently anti-immigration website
The American Federation of Government Employees has sued the Federal Service Impasses Panel over its decision to rewrite major portions of the unions’ contract with the Social Security Administration. If AFGE is successful, the case could have significant implications for other federal employee unions engaged in agency negotiations.
In today’s Federal newscast, the Pentagon’s inspector general is investigating whether DoD is complying with a law meant to protect domestic suppliers.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Interior Department fell short of its hiring goal for seasonal firefighters ahead of another dry season.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit overturned a lower court’s decision on the President’s workforce executive orders, but it also delayed lifting the injunction of the EOs.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Office of Personnel Management is urging agencies to consider telework and workplace flexibilities during this week’s heat wave.
Jeff Neal argues that executive orders against collective bargaining and flip-flopping FLRA majorities are not the way to make fundamental changes in civil service policy.