EPA, Union Ink Interim Deal To Restore Workers’ Rights Trump Revoked

April 7, 2021
EPA and its largest employee union have reached an interim agreement to restore workplace rights that the Trump administration revoked for the 7,500 members of the American Federation of Government Employees (AFGE), including grievance procedures and the ability to spend time on union issues during agency work hours. “This is a huge victory for all of the EPA employees that AFGE represents,” the union’s National President Everett Kelley said in an April 7 statement on the pact, effective the same...

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