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AFGE report: COVID-19 sickness—one TSA family’s terrible experience

A Transportation Security Officer’s painful and troubling experience in trying to get diagnosed—and then treated—for COVID-19 reveals a terrifying need for quick changes, in both government policy and medical practice regarding management of the ongoing pandemic.

FLRA seeks public comment on federal union dues rule

The Federal Labor Relations Authority is officially seeking public comment on a rule that would make it easier for federal employees to stop paying their union dues.

Federal employees protest administration policies

Members of the largest federal employee union in the country held a silent protest on Capitol Hill against the Trump administration’s workforce policies and treatment of federal labor groups.

Rep. calls for end to ‘official time,’ unions continue pushback

For the past few years, unions and pro-organized labor advocates of federal employees have faced increasing pressures on decades-old law protecting union activities.

Postal group files lawsuit over pay

The National Association of Postal Supervisors has filed a lawsuit against the U.S. Postal service on the behalf of nearly 50,000 managers, supervisors, postmasters and other professional and administrative employees who the group says are owed back pay.

New legislation would eliminate 'official time'

With ‘official time’ being top issue of concern under the Trump Administration, legislation introduced last week would eliminate its use altogether.

Report: Challenging recent workforce EOs decision could take months, years

Labor leaders are expected in coming weeks to ask for a review of the decision by a federal appeals court to reinstate President Trump’s controversial workforce executive orders that weaken feds’ collective bargaining rights, but such requests are rarely granted and the examinations could take several years,

Court reinstates controversial workforce EOs

A federal court on July 16 reinstated President Donald Trump’s controversial workforce executive orders that aim to make it easier to fire federal workers and restrict their collective bargaining rights.

WH win on executive orders—but unions fight on

The White House scored a procedural win this month in defending several executive orders currently under challenge by federal employee unions and advocates.

Trump's workforce EOs reinstated

A federal court on July 16 reinstated President Donald Trump’s controversial workforce executive orders that aim to make it easier to fire federal workers and restrict their collective bargaining rights.

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