Top 10 NTEU Accomplishments Flier

As we prepare to wrap up this year’s celebration of NTEU’s 80th anniversary, a new flier looks at some of the significant accomplishments NTEU has secured on behalf of federal employees.

NTEU's Top Ten @ 80: Your workplace would be very different without NTEU. Here are just some of the ways we’ve improved your working life: WON SIGNIFICANT REFORMS TO THE HATCH ACT, OPENING THE POLITICAL PROCESS TO FEDERAL EMPLOYEES | Led the fight for benefits like telework, alternative work schedules, and overall leave programs at the bargaining table and on Capitol Hill | Successfully worked to secure RETROACTIVE PAY for federal employees after a 16-day government shutdown | Obtained core employee benefit programs including pensions and health insurance that guarantee overall income security for employee and retirees | SUPPORTED PASSAGE OF THE FAMILY AND MEDICAL LEAVE ACT | Won hundreds of millions of dollars in back pay for federal employees denied their rightful compensation | Protected federal employees’ free speech rights in several court cases—including a win at the Supreme Court | SECURED PHASED-IN CREDIT FOR UNUSED SICK LEAVE for workers covered under the Federal Employees Retirement System | Won a historic legal victory striking down key provisions of the president’s executive orders stripping critical workplace rights and protections | Won flexible spending accounts, saving you money on health insurance premiums and medical bills with pre-tax dollars | We’re ready for another 80 years of fighting for you. Join us. NTEU.org
NTEU’s Top Ten Flier

As we near the end of the year and NTEU’s celebration of our 80th anniversary, a new flier lists some of our most important achievements for federal employees. Please distribute and post this flier in your workplace.

Author: chapterpresident

I have worked in the FDA since 1990 in a variety of positions. I currently serve as chapter president of NTEU Chapter 254, representing FDA employees in Arkansas, Colorado, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas, and Utah.