Tag Archives: 5 USC 6101

FEDERAL COURT DENIES BACK PAY FOR 5 USC 6101 VIOLATION Elaine Kaplan is a very well-known and respected person around the federal sector.  Aside from a long tenure as a lawyer for a major federal union, she was the U. … Continue reading

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NTEU TIGHTENS GRIP ON $300 MILLION DHS BACK PAY DOLLARS Yes, we have written about this before. But the wins keep on coming for NTEU in its long-term fight overtime with DHS/CBP and this is shaping up to be the … Continue reading

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THE REMEDY IN 5 USC 6101 CASES As of August 17th, five of the last six FLRA decisions involved NTEU cases, including yet another one dealing with how work hours are set under 5 USC 6101 and 5 CFR 610. … Continue reading

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NTEU’S JUNK YARD DOGS FIND MILLIONS-AGAIN Junk yard dogs are famous for never letting go once they sink their teeth into something–no matter how hard the victim struggles and fights back.  A good union needs a few of them around, … Continue reading

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AFGE SEALS 6101 SHIELD AGAINST SHADDY SHIFT SCHEMES Here is how FLRA described the scheme, “The Agency planned a seventy-fifth anniversary celebration on a Saturday at the Shenandoah National Park (the event). Several weeks before the event, the Agency scheduled all … Continue reading

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NTEU BREAKS OVERTIME RESTRAINTS ON FORMER AFGE MEMBERS Decades ago the Commissioner of the Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) issued a proclamation stating that he was taking away the right of INS employees to two consecutive days off a workweek and … Continue reading

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TEST YOURSELF: Is There a Violation Here? Read over the facts below and identify what, if anything, the union can do to help. The answer is provided below the facts. FACTS: Assume that an employee’s administrative workweek starts in the … Continue reading

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