SSA to make reductions in telework
- By FederalSoup Staff
- Jan 27, 2020
The Social Security Administration on Monday announced that it will move forward with plans to make reductions to telework as soon as early spring, the Government Executive reports.
According to the report, the “agency sent vague statements” to the media and union officials that beginning March 2, it will give agency leadership more flexibility to modify and reduce their telework policies in order to “improve service.”
Various union officials have reported that the cuts include reducing the number of telework days for legal assistants to one day per two-week period, down from up to three days per week, the article notes, adding that union leaders oppose the changes and said they were left out of the planning.