The author looks at what changes are likely to take place in federal labor relations under a new administration.
The author lists five executive orders enacted by President Trump that he says should be canceled by President-elect Biden.
Executive orders are easier to issue than passing a law and also easier to revoke than a law. These are some likely changes under a Biden administration.
The author opposes recent efforts to create a new class of federal employees and says that more must be done to ensure it cannot be attempted again in the future.
The author says there are a number of inherent problems with the recent Executive Order that creates a new class of federal employees.
Legislation has been introduced to nullify President Trump’s recent Executive Order that would make it easier to hire and fire some federal employees.
OPM has issued guidance on placing federal employees into Schedule F and removing normal civil service procedures for hiring and firing.
A recent Executive Order creates a new category of federal employees, but is it legal? The author provides an analysis.
A new executive order has been issued creating a new hiring schedule to make make it faster and easier to hire and fire some federal employees.