The USPS will not be required by law to mandate the COVID vaccines for its employees as a result of a Supreme Court ruling.
With so many federal employees in compliance with the vaccine mandate, is it time for them to return to in-office work in greater numbers?
Agencies are expected to begin suspending employees who are not complying with the COVID vaccine mandate.
A federal employee of over 20 years explains why he does not plan to get the COVID vaccine, even if it means he ultimately loses his job.
The Postal Service is requesting a temporary waiver from President Biden’s employer vaccine mandate, warning in a letter sent to federal labor officials that mandates or weekly testing measures could impact the agency’s ability to operate.
More serious penalties for not complying with the vaccine mandate have been delayed until next year. What does this mean for federal employees?
One Congressman is asking why so many federal employees are continuing to telework when so many have complied with the vaccine mandate.
An IRS employee went to court arguing against mandatory covid vaccination. The Court left open another opportunity for a future case.
The White House says that more federal employees are continuing to comply with the president’s COVID vaccine mandate.