OPM is proposing to expand the “ban the box” rule to create a “world-class federal workforce.” How does this approach compare to an earlier Democratic administration?
The rollout of the 2022 Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey is scheduled to begin in late May.
Recently introduced legislation would put the brakes on the Biden administration’s effort to permanently expand telework for federal employees.
The Senate has confirmed the nomination of a new Member of the FLRA. Her confirmation returns control of the agency to Democrats.
Bargaining unit descriptions often become outdated. These are some things both parties must consider when this happens.
OPM has released the 2021 FEVS results. Despite the pandemic, federal employees still reported generally being satisfied with their jobs and the work they do.
What constitutes bad faith bargaining? These are examples of evidence the FLRA will consider in making this decision.
OPM has issued guidelines explaining how the new paid parental bereavement leave benefit for federal employees works.
President Biden promised federal employees would begin to wind down expanded telework. Two lawmakers are asking why it is not happening.