New legislation aims to restore four Trump era executive orders placing restrictions on unions and making it easier to fire federal employees.
AFGE challenged the authority of the Impasses Panel seeking to overturn a decision issued to resolve a bargaining dispute in HUD.
What constitutes protected statements or actions between management and bargaining unit employees?
What has been the impact of the court’s injunction on the federal employee vaccine mandate on agency hiring policies?
A bill to reform the Postal Service may pass in Congress despite past failures.
A quorum has finally returned to the MSPB. What does this mean for federal employees who have pending cases?
The Senate has confirmed two Members for the MSPB. This means the agency will be able to start issuing decisions on the huge backlog of cases.
The disciplinary process in federal human resources is often long and complex. A recent case took a simpler approach.
Ketanji Brown Jackson, a strong union advocate, has been nominated as a Supreme Court justice. Her nomination delights federal employee unions.
Recently introduced legislation would direct agencies to develop plans to return federal employees to in-office work in greater numbers.