A bill that would penalize a federal employee’s pension when acting primarily as a union representative has advanced in the House.
A new bill would reduce retirement income for some federal employees working as federal union representatives while being paid by the federal government.
Does the use of official time at the VA improve veterans’ care, and how much official time is actually used by employees? A recent House Committee hearing sought to find answers to these questions.
While many federal employees and unions are not happy with seeing Donald Trump in the White House, one union representing federal employees recently had nothing but nice things to say about the president’s actions taken to date.
The Federal Salary Council has proposed adding San Antonio and Birmingham to the list of locality pay areas for 2018.
The average rate increase for 2017 under the health insurance plan for federal employees (FEHB) will be 6.2% in 2017.
AFGE Officer Lies Under Oath to Chief FLRA ALJ While AFGE Locals Continue Corruption Crimes at Higher Rates Than Ever
The author looks at a history of court cases involving AFGE and says that they indicate the union has more corruption indictments and convictions than ever before.
The Commission on Care has issued a report on how to improve medical care for veterans. A federal employee union disagrees with the report. Here is why.