National President Tony Reardon comes to you with an updated ‘Talking with Tony’ on the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Watch here.
Federal employees at NTEU-represented agencies who have exhausted their leave because they or a family member are suffering from COVID-19 could receive help from NTEU’s Disaster Fund. Apply here, or contribute here.
The health and safety of federal employees matters. Visit NTEU’s Legislative Action Center to urge elected officials to act immediately to protect you.
The federal government should immediately be implementing these steps to protect employees and their families, including closing federal buildings where more than 50 employees work. View full checklist here and visit our coronavirus resource page.
The National Treasury Employees Union today updated its checklist of steps the government can take to better protect federal employees from coronavirus, showing some progress over the last two weeks but still plenty of tasks that remain unfinished.
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Several NTEU chapters are hoping to pay it forward to businesses that helped them during the 35-day government shutdown.
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The 2020 Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey (FEVS) has been delayed until July.
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In these financially uncertain times, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is working to keep Americans informed with a compilation of resources and up-to-date information.
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