A union did not pursue an employee’s case to arbitration in a timely fashion. The court uphold the decision to dismiss the case.
In the federal sector, union members ratify an agreement with an agency before it becomes final. This article explores the issue of whether the ratification process is a right granted by the labor relations statute or if the current Federal Labor Relations Authority would conclude ratification is only a right granted through the bargaining process.
The House voted to transfer about half of the proposed $53 million that was to be used for implementing new personnel reforms at DHS to assist the nation’s federal firefighters.
If an employee believes an action against him was a prohibited personnel practice, what remedies are available? Here is a case that shows some of the limits on appeal rights.
Federal employees have numerous appeals processes available. The proposed changes to the civil service system would modify these processes.
Federal labor unions suffered another setback in a bid to restore collective bargaining rights to employees in the Department of Homeland Security after lawmakers rejected an amendment Thursday.
A federal employee ran in a nonpartisan election to become Mayor of Albuquerque. He now finds himself on the losing end of a court decision charging him with a Hatch Act violation.
On April 18, the Office of Personnel Management and the Department of Defense will begin a 30-day “meet and confer” process with unions to discuss the issues of concern regarding the proposed National Security Personnel System.
NAATS given hope by dispute resolution office in its bid to challenge results of A-76 competition won by Lockheed Martin…
This is our response to an anonymous comment from a reader who says the author incorrectly characterized an allegation he was in a bar fight.