On Thursday, Oct. 25 NTEU is holding informational picketing in front of HHS Headquarters in Washington, D.C., to protest the agency’s efforts to strip employees of key workplace rights. Learn more and RSVP
One of the latest NTEU members telling his story explains how his work helps keep families safe while eating some of their favorite foods. Watch the video
Lawmakers are currently considering a federal pay raise during end-of-fiscal-year funding negotiations. Call and email your members of Congress asking for their support.
The Nov. 6 midterm elections are right around the corner. Check out who NTEU is endorsing in your local competitive congressional races.
Employees at NTEU-represented agencies who need financial assistance for hurricane recovery can apply for grants of up to $1,000 from the FEEA-NTEU Disaster Fund. Apply now or donate
A three-judge panel has denied the administration’s attempt to rush its appeal of the union victory over the president’s anti-employee executive orders.
NTEU’s battle continues against the IRS private tax collection program as lawmakers debate the issue as part of negotiations over an IRS tax administration reform bill.
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The administration has appealed a federal district judge’s decision striking down key provisions of the executive orders aimed at limiting federal employee rights, collective bargaining rights and the ability of unions to represent employees in workplace issues.
Civil Service Retirement System annuitants will receive a 2.8 percent monthly increase starting with January 2019 payments, while those under the Federal Employee Retirement System will see their monthly pensions adjusted by 2 percent.
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