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  • Agencies May Now Enforce Trump’s Controversial Workforce Orders - October 7, 2019
  • Katherine Mcintire Peters, Government Executive

    Federal agencies are now free to implement three controversial executive orders signed by President Trump in 2018 aimed at limiting the power of employee unions. A court injunction against the orders was lifted Wednesday, a week after a federal appeals court declined to rehear a case brought by the unions. 

    The three executive orders would shorten the length of performance improvement plans to 30 days, exempt adverse personnel actions from grievance proceedings, streamline collective bargaining negotiations, and significantly reduce the number of work hours union members can spend on official time. 

    The full article can be read here.


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