NTEU Chapter 296
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  • Bills NTEU Supports (and what NTEU opposes)
    Jul 06, 2022

    NTEU continues to work diligently on Capitol Hill advocating for fair pay and expanded benefits while opposing legislation that would threaten you and your job.

    Here are some bills NTEU supports:

    Providing federal employees with an average 5.1 percent pay increase in 2023 consisting of a 4.1 percent across-the-board increase and an average 1.0 percent for locality pay. 

    Expanding the current paid parental leave to give federal employees 12 weeks of paid family leave to deal with a medical crisis.  

    Promoting and protecting telework by developing standards for collecting data on telework; providing manager training on telework; and requiring agencies to report on cost savings incurred through telework.

    Here are some bills NTEU opposes:

    Reinstating ‘Schedule F’, which would allow large numbers of federal employees to be fired at will and politicize the civil service.

    Reinstating anti-worker executive orders which would take away employee’s collective bargaining and due process rights.

    Banning telework or reinstating the program to pre-pandemic levels.

    Abolishing the Internal Revenue Service and Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.

    Learn more about these and other bills.


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