A decision of the FDIC to remove an employee during a RIF is appealed and the court concludes the MSPB did not properly consider all evidence in the case. The case is remanded back to the MSPB
The Office of Personnel Management now reports on time and money spent on behalf of federal employee representatives who receive “official time”
Unions are beginning their public relations campaigns against proposed personnel management reforms.
The new personnel system for the Department of Defense will look much different and result in much less participation by unions in day-to-day affairs of the agency
Several airport screeners argue they were short-changed by the government when their salary did not match the promise given when they were first employed. The court concludes they have a strong moral argument but do not have a legal one.
In this unusual case, the Dept. of Labor prevailed in an unfair labor practice case against AFGE Local 12
The new labor relations program going into place in the Department of Homeland Security is a major change from the structure in the Civil Service Reform Act of 1978 and, in many ways, resembles the Executive Orders of the 1960’s.
A protracted legal battle over releasing information to a union representing an employee of the Bureau of Prisons has been going on for years but without final resolution.
The FAA and AFSCME started bargaining a contract five years ago. A new court decision says that the agency’s contention that OMB has to approve the final agreement is valid because of a clear and unmistakable waiver by the union.
This federal employee was fired after being convicted and sentenced to prison. But the removal action was not quick or easy.