AFGE LOCAL 1206 Serving those who serve our Veterans

Huge Win for Our Union! Court Strikes Down Anti-Worker Executive Order

Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia ruled late Friday that the Trump administration’s May 25 executive order on official time violated the U.S. Constitution and the separation of powers as established in law.

 

“The end result of privatization is not cost-saving but cost shifting: from workers wages into contractors profits.” Debbie Goldman, AFL-CIO

AFGE US Government Circle

AFGE LOCAL 1206 VISION

Employees want real change away from the confrontational, anti-union labor relations approach that has been practiced by the managers and labor relations officials over the past decade. The success of any government reform effort depends on pressure not only from the top officials pushing their ideas down, but from the frontline workers, through their elected representatives, having meaningful input into how the people’s work can best be done.

Like you, we’re tired of management/politicians
getting in the way of us doing our jobs.

AFGE members work together to hold management
accountable and make sure your voice is heard.

When we work together, we are stronger than we
could ever be apart.

We need your help to win the pay, benefits, and
dignity on the job we all deserve.

Join us to learn and find out what we
can do to make a better workplace.