An arbitrator ordered the Office of Medicare Hearings and Appeals to approve requests from Attorney-Advisors for a four-day telework schedule.
I am pleased to share this arbitration decision sustaining NTEU’s grievance challenging the Office of Medicare Hearings and Appeals (OMHA)’s denial of a fourth weekly telework day to two Attorney-Advisors in Irvine, California. Although there are other four-day telework arrangements around, this is the first decision in which OMHA was ordered to grant four telework days per week by an arbitrator. Continue reading “Telework Arbitration Victory”
The government has appealed the federal district court’s decision on the anti-union Executive Orders.
You will recall that, on August 24, a federal district court invalidated 13 provisions in three anti-union Executive Orders issued on May 25. That sweeping victory was due to the litigation efforts of NTEU and other unions who filed lawsuits challenging those provisions.