Union suing to stop Trump’s union reforms

Last month, President Trump issued a long overdue set of executive orders covering the activities of public sector unions in the federal government and addressing the difficulty managers encounter in trying to remove poor performers (or even convicted criminals) from their jobs. These measures included clamping down on what’s known as “official time” where employees who are union officials can spend unlimited time doing union work while they are on the clock, sometimes doing zero work for the public. In what was a wholly predictable response, one of the largest unions representing federal workers has now petitioned the courts to put a hold on these reforms while they appeal. (Government Executive)
The nation’s second largest federal employee union has filed an injunction to prevent the implementation of two of President Trump’s recent executive orders aimed at making it easier to fire poor performers and curbing the ability of employee groups to

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