As we close out this year’s celebration of Labor Recognition Week, we wanted to say one more ‘thank you’ to our members.
National Hispanic American Heritage Month is Sept. 15 to Oct. 15. NTEU celebrates the contributions of Hispanic Americans to our nation’s successes.
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.
Agencies have different approaches to workplace safety, but NTEU has a singular goal: to ensure agencies keep federal employees and their communities as safe as possible during this pandemic. Read about this work and more.
Visit the NTEU Coronavirus Memorial page and join us in honoring our union members and colleagues lost to the pandemic.
Before federal employees are called back to return to their workplaces, NTEU is insisting that basic steps be taken to reduce the risks to their health and well-being.
The National Treasury Employees Union, which represents 150,000 federal workers around the country, today announced its opposition to the nomination of John Gibbs to be director of the Office of Personnel Management.
Today is the last day of Labor Recognition Week, but we are proud to stand with you every day. Thank you for everything you do!
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