FELTG News Flash

Sometimes, the news can't wait until our next FELTG Newsletter is published! Check out the latest news, case decisions and developments in the world of federal employment law below.

And Now a Word With … Steve Shih

By Dan Gephart, July 2, 2019 On Feb. 1, 2018, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration launched a workplace anti-harassment campaign. The campaign was based on the applicable federal laws, EEO guidance on anti-harassment, and the expertise of its creator -...

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And Now a Word With … James Abbott

By Dan Gephart, June 4, 2019 In a decision earlier this year, the Federal Labor Relation Authority, to the delight of labor relations practitioners government-wide, reaffirmed a seminal decision from 2018, emphasizing the statutory distinction between conditions of...

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Civil Service Status Update

By Deborah Hopkins, May 21, 2019 A lot has happened over the last few weeks as it pertains to the world of federal employment law. Here's a recap, in case you missed anything. MSPB: We finally have a third nominee for the MSPB. Chad Bungard was recently nominated by...

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We Might Get an MSPB After All

By Deborah Hopkins, April 30, 2019 Did you hear the big news? Yesterday, President Trump nominated a third and final member to the Merit Systems Protection Board. After months of waiting and a lot of angst, B. Chad Bungard has been named to be the Vice Chairman for a...

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Sorting Things Out: Defining Discipline

By William Wiley, April 30, 2019 Here in the United States, when trying to understand a complex problem with many parts, we say we are trying to "figure out" what to do. In Britain, the phrase that is more likely to be used is to "sort out" a problem. Well, it's time...

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And Now a Word From … Mika Cross

By Dan Gephart, April 16, 2019 Spurred on by the executive orders issued last year by President Trump, Health and Human Services resumed a once-stalled collective bargaining process with the National Treasury Employees Union. Those negotiations reached an impasse that...

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