Tag: Proposed Legislation
The “Federal Employee Rights Act” would put significant restrictions on the financial stability of federal employee unions and require a majority of employees in a bargaining unit to vote in favor of union representation.
Should federally owned or leased buildings be required to provide private lactation spaces for female visitors? One lawmaker thinks they should.
Congressman Bill Shuster (R-PA) is introducing legislation that would remove 30,000 federal employees from the government’s payroll while simultaneously turning much of the nation’s air traffic control system over to an independently operated, non-profit corporation.
Two Members of Congress have introduced legislation that is intended to protect certain due process rights of federal employees serving in security sensitive positions.
The author discusses the recently proposed Administrative Leave Act of 2016 and what it potentially means for federal employees. He says the legislation is a solid proposal that could help fix a challenging situation facing HR managers within the federal community.
The American Savings Act would create a new organization that may be popular with many Americans. How would creating such an organization impact the TSP?
The Thrift Savings Plan is one of the most popular benefits available to federal employees. Should a comparable program modeled after the TSP be set up for all Americans? One Senator from Oregon thinks so.
The House passed legislation this week that would restructure the annual pensions and personal allowances paid to former presidents.