The head of the National Treasury Employees Union urged the Senate Finance Committee to support additional staff and resources to help Customs and Border Protection address shortfalls in its trade mission.
The Federal Law Enforcement Officers Association is using National Police Week to promote a range of legislative measures affecting their members.
Arbitration hearings between the U.S. Postal Service and the American Postal Workers Union concerning the union’s new collective bargaining agreement have concluded.
Senate and House lawmakers have introduced a bill that would provide federal probation officers with authority to arrest individuals who interfere with them in the course of duty.
The American Postal Workers Union reminded members that Friday, April 29, is an important deadline for certain employees who have not yet filed a key document necessary to receive a share of a $56 million grievance settlement.
The president of the National Treasury Employees Union on April 19 urged Congress to provide Customs and Border Protection with additional funding to hire staff and strengthen border security.
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Postal unions are reacting with concern to an impending drop in mail revenue—following the announced termination of a surcharge that has boosted the U.S. Postal Service’s bottom line by more than $2 billion annually.
The annual National Active and Retired Employees Association state tax guide is available online.
The American Postal Workers Union announced that postal support employees (PSEs) will soon be able to sign up for health insurance during their first year of employment. Currently, PSEs can enroll only after they complete their first 360-day appointment.