A top union is pushing back against the new contract coming down the pike for Department of Health and Human Services employees.
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A bipartisan pair of lawmakers has joined efforts to ask the Office of Personnel Management to revoke a current notice of a proposed rule change that would require federal job seekers to disclose some non-conviction records in order to be considered for employment.
The American Federation of Government Employees and a bipartisan group of lawmakers has raised concern about the administration’s proposal to create a sixth military branch, the U.S. Space Force.
Imagine working for a company like my mother did for years. It promised steady work in even hard times. But the pay wasn’t much, especially for a lot of women. In fact, when I was a kid we lived in a government housing project in Alexandria, Va., (near the then new Pentagon). It was mostly for single mothers with the rent (I suspect) heavily subsidized by Uncle Sam. As a clerk-typist she qualified.
The Office of Personnel Management has issued final regulations to amend its current rule on compensatory time off for religious observances, giving federal employees more flexibility to take off for religious reasons.
This week, Nathan Abse interviews Alejandro del Carmen, a professor of criminology and expert on workplace violence at Texas A&M’s Tarleton State University member institution.