Why will the 2010 pay raise for some readers be less than 2%? Which geographic area will receive the biggest pay raise in 2010?
The President issued an Executive Order that calls for a expanding negotiations between Agencies and their unions.
In what may prove to be the most edited document in the Obama Administration, a new version of the proposed executive order is being circulated. The new version has substantial changes from the old version including elimination of the obligation to bargain permissive subjects contained in Clinton Order and previous versions of the Obama plan.
A draft of the proposed Executive Order on the administration’s vision of Federal labor relations has surfaced. There is a striking similarity to President Clinton’s E.O. 12871. There are also striking differences. The Author offers a side by side comparison and looks at how this new Order might play out.
It is always fun to watch the pure silliness of some Washington reactions to events, in this case by the National Treasury Employees Union to President Bush’s recent Executive Order excluding certain organizations from the coverage of the Federal labor relations statute.
The President has issued an Executive Order that authorizes noncompetitive appointments to federal jobs for spouses of military personnel.
Federal offices will be closed on Tuesday in honor of former President Gerald R. Ford.
President Bush signed an Executive Order late yesterday approving the 2006 pay raise for federal employees.
President Bush approves 2% pay raise for Federal employees