The American Federation of Government Employees (AFGE) has filed a class action lawsuit against the Office of Personnel Management regarding the recent cyberattacks which potentially exposed the personal data of as many as 18 million current and former federal employees.
The Department of Labor’s Office of Labor Management Standards (OLMS) since 2011 has conducted nineteen investigations of the American Federation of Government Employees (AFGE) internal elections finding misconduct. The author notes that if you count up the bad elections by union, AFGE has more than any other public or private sector labor organization over the past five years.
According to the Department of Labor, various criminal actions took place with regard to Federal employee union officials since January of 2014. All but one involves AFGE.
Will federal professionals flock to join a union that vows to “open up…a can of whoop-ass” on Members of Congress?
The American Federation of Government Employees (AFGE) says the recent problems at VA have been caused by staffing shortages.
The newest Member of the Federal Labor Relations Authority is Patrick Pizzella. Here are his observations regarding his time at this agency since he began his term there in November.
AFGE has scheduled a number of meetings at resorts and a national conference with discounted Disney tickets in Orlando Florida in September. Does this affect your pay?
The former president of the National Border Patrol Council was recently indicted on 13 criminal charges.
AFGE and TSA have apparently reached agreement on a new labor agreement. There are some questions that should be asked but have been ignored by the media.
The author says an AFGE official time proposal fails to address accountability or tracking of the time.