Several schools in our area are reporting a high need for backpacks this year. We are asking for donations to our 4 local school districts (Bremerton, North, South, and Central). There is especially a need for the older kids in middle and high-scool. Click here or the attached flier below for more information on how to donate!
This is a lawsuit that is seeking hazardous duty and environmental differential pay on behalf of covered federal employees who were exposed to COVID-19 while performing their official duties.
You are eligible to join the class action lawsuit if you meet all five conditions listed below:
a. You were a federal employee; and
b. You have been exposed to COVID-19 during the performance of your official duties; and
c. Your position is eligible for hazardous duty and/or environmental differential pay; and
d. Your position description does not take into account exposure to infectious diseases like COVID-19
e. You have not been paid hazardous duty and/or environmental differential pay for all of your working time in which you were exposed to COVID-19.
Click HERE for more information.
IFPTE Women's Solidarity Network8th Women & Unions International Speaker Series
The IFPTE Women’s Solidarity Network (WSN) is excited to present our 8th Women & Unions International Speaker Series during Pride Month. Join us as we explore 2SLGBTQI+ rights, featuring renowned human rights and labour lawyer Susan Ursel who has played a pivotal role in 2SLGBTQI+ advocacy in Canada.
Register now for an informative and timely discussion to build on your awareness, understand the struggles experienced by 2SLGBTQI+ persons, and learn about what you can do to show solidarity in the workplace.
DATE: Tuesday, June 7, 2022
TIME: 2:00-3:00 p.m. Eastern Time
TOPIC: Inclusion and Pride: 2SLGBTQI+ Solidarity
This is a union sponsored workshop organized for all IFPTE members. Live captioning available. If you require accommodation or have questions about the event, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Among bills recently introduced in Congress was HR-7835, the latest in a series of bills seeking to have federal agencies revert to pre-pandemic policies on telework until, in the words of sponsors, they “submit to Congress studies detailing how pandemic-era telework levels impacted their mission” and on how to “avoid the adverse effects of remote work.”
“The federal government’s expansion of telework during the COVID-19 pandemic has negatively impacted Americans across the country and continues to affect federal agency missions. Using the pandemic experience as an excuse, the Biden administration intends to permanently expand telework for federal employees with no concern for the possible impacts on agency performance,” they said.
link: Telework Restrictions Proposed; CBP Safety Protections Advance (fedweek.com)
Information on your life insurance as a federal employee when you retire.