The Supreme Court ruled unanimously for a postal worker in Pennsylvania in an important religious liberty dispute over how far employers should go to accommodate faith-based requests in the workplace.
If federal employees don’t get the assistance they need from their unions, do they have other options?
Ketanji Brown Jackson, a strong union advocate, has been nominated as a Supreme Court justice. Her nomination delights federal employee unions.
The USPS will not be required by law to mandate the COVID vaccines for its employees as a result of a Supreme Court ruling.
The Supreme Court recently held that federal agents who placed practicing Muslims on the No Fly List can be sued for damages in their individual capacity.
The Supreme Court has determined in a 5-4 decision that the structure of a controversial agency created in 2008 must be restructured.
What are the implications for federal employees from the recent Supreme Court decision on workplace discrimination?