When President Biden signed Executive Order 14003, Protecting the Federal Workforce, he revoked President Trump’s Executive Orders 13836, 13837, and 13839 and eradicated the Schedule F classification mandated by Executive Order 13957. It’s been decades since the civil service has seen so much change in just one stroke of a pen.
This far-reaching Executive Order has significant impact on labor relations official time, contract negotiation timelines, topics of bargaining, performance and disciplinary actions for non-union employees, clean record settlements, and more.
You might have questions, such as:
- What does this mean if your CBAs were already renegotiated?
- Is progressive discipline going to be mandatory now?
- Do Performance Demonstration Periods have to be longer than 30 days? Can we call them PIPs again?
- What happens if your agency already sent Schedule F lists to OPM?
- What will become of the OPM regulations implementing EO 13839
- What changes if permissive bargaining is now mandatory?
In this 90-minute webinar presented by FELTG President Deborah Hopkins and FELTG Instructor Ann Boehm, you will get answers to those questions and much more. EO 14003 prescribes several specific actions that agencies must take. So where do you start? Join us on February 9 to get those answers.
Like all FELTG training events, this webinar will be updated to the minute. You can’t afford to miss it.
Early Bird Tuition (price per webinar, payment required by February 1): $295
Standard Tuition (price per webinar, payment made February 2 or later): $325
Remote working? Teleworker lines may be added to a main site registration for $50 per person, on a space-available basis.
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