Could all of this have a chilling effect on the willingness of other agencies to issue unflattering reports?
When SCOTUS ruled in favor of VHA employee Noris Babb, in part, the court sorted out the age discrimination statute for federal employees.
For more on what hazardous pay is all about and a little history, Federal Drive with Tom Temin turned to Federal Practice Group partner Ricardo J. A. Pitts-Wiley.
The Justice Department sent guidance to state and local law enforcement telling them to allow federal employees to travel to and from work during lock down.
This past year saw some interesting topics pop up in the military; 2020 may see the same.
Attorney Debra D’Agostino of the Federal Practice Group joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin for an analysis.
Debra D’Agostino joined Federal Drive to discuss the aftermath of a court decision this week on President Trump’s workforce executive orders.
At least three agencies have issued bargaining proposals that are similar to the provisions outlined in the President’s three workforce executive orders, which he signed nearly a year ago.
Heather White, federal employment lawyer and partner at the Federal Practice Group, thinks the proposed merger of the departments of Labor and Education may be a pretext to eliminate some of the functions of those agencies, water down their missions, and possibly even downsize their workforces.
The Trump administration’s proposal to shift all personnel policy offices currently housed within the Office of Personnel Management to a new entity within the White House is earning some praise, but a lot of skepticism.