The new paid parental leave program has arrived for federal employees who welcome a new child into their home. NTEU is proud to have fought 20 years for this important family-friendly benefit. Read more
This year marks the nation’s 75th observance of National Disability Employment Awareness Month and the 30th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act. NTEU recognizes these milestones and continues working to ensure federal workplaces accommodate people with disabilities.
Check out NTEU’s Political Insider for new candidate endorsements in races nationwide, information about early voting and resources to help you make a plan to vote by Nov. 3. Learn more here
As wildfires continue to devastate the West Coast and the Gulf Coast faces another hurricane, help is available. The NTEU Disaster Fund, administered through FEEA, provides grants to employees at NTEU-represented agencies for rebuilding and temporary lodging. The fund also continues to help employees personally affected by COVID-19.
Visit the NTEU Coronavirus Memorial page and join us in honoring our union members and colleagues lost to the pandemic.
Federal employees and retirees on average will pay 4.9 percent more for health insurance next year, an unfortunate financial hit for workers and around the country whose take-home pay will be reduced by the higher premiums.
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During these difficult times, Chapter 173 (CBP Detroit) knew members need a chance to destress and reconnect with each other.
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George Greenberg, longtime president of NTEU Chapter 53 (IRS Long Island) has passed away. He began his career with the IRS in 1969 and served as chapter president for more than 30 years, even in his retirement.
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From the e-Bulletin
On Tuesday, NTEU reported that the cost-of-living-adjustment (COLA) rates for retirees will adjust by 1.3 percent starting in January 2021.
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