The MSPB says there is confusion in court decisions as to when it can accept a case in certain types of cases and invites the court to resolve the confusion. A dissenting opinion concludes there is no confusion.
The new personnel system for the Department of Defense will look much different and result in much less participation by unions in day-to-day affairs of the agency
The new labor relations program going into place in the Department of Homeland Security is a major change from the structure in the Civil Service Reform Act of 1978 and, in many ways, resembles the Executive Orders of the 1960’s.
New Human Resource System For Department Of Homeland Security Released
The FAA and AFSCME started bargaining a contract five years ago. A new court decision says that the agency’s contention that OMB has to approve the final agreement is valid because of a clear and unmistakable waiver by the union.
OPM issued guidance to heads of federal agencies and departments urging them to encourage their employees to telework or take annual leave to alleviate congestion for Inauguration Day.
Will the MSPB consider an agency’s penalty imposed against an employee? Here is an example.
Does an employee have a right to the highest graded vacant job available when demoted because of a RIF action?
Federal employees are enjoying more choices, more options and more control regarding their Health Savings Accounts after the Office of Personnel Management announced the posting of a new HSA worksheet to its HSA website.
HHS is moving out to ban smoking at all HHS campuses.