NFFE-IAM members Ryan Regnell (left), Debbie Flores (center), and Ernesto Tanori (right) from NFFE Local 2152 support fire and will now be able to claim night differential on fire incidents.

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At the end of 2013, President Elaine Downing of Local 2152 informed the NFFE National Office that Bureau of Land Management that some BLM-CA workers were being denied appropriate night differential pay while on fire incidents. In July 2015, Local 2152 filed a grievance on behalf of all BLM-CA bargaining unit employees. In the summer of 2016, the BLM opened settlement discussions with NFFE and in October 2016, Local 2152 accepted a settlement offer of $65,000.   : : MORE

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The Holman Rule: Planting the Seeds of Corruption
Dating back to the late 1800s, the Holman Rule is a poorly crafted piece of legislation that provides individual House members with wide latitude to amend appropriations bills on the floor of the House.  The rule also expands what can be amended on the floor,...
News Item  ·  National Federation of Federal Employees  ·  Jan 6, 2017

Erwin Takes the Helm as NFFE’s 18th National President; Stamey Sworn in as National Secretary-Treasurer
Recently in Upper Marlboro, Maryland, the National Federation of Federal Employees (NFFE) celebrated a changing of the guard as incoming NFFE National President Randy Erwin and National Secretary-Treasurer David Stamey were sworn into office. IAMAW International President Robert Martinez, Jr. performed the honors in a small ceremony at IAM Headquarters. Erwin previously served as NFFE National Secretary-Treasurer and Stamey National Business Representative from the Southern Region. Both Erwin and Stamey were elected to their positions at NFFE’s 50th Convention in Orlando, Florida last September.
News Item  ·  National Federation of Federal Employees  ·  Dec 27, 2016

NFFE-IAM Members at Local 178 Receive Back Pay After NFFE Settles Class Action
The members of NFFE-IAM Local 178 learned the value of Union membership recently as the Union settled a class action grievance alleging that employees were improperly compensated under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). That grievance culminated at an event held in November in Edgewood, Maryland where NFFE-IAM members received checks as a result of the settled class action grievance.
News Item  ·  National Federation of Federal Employees  ·  Dec 7, 2016


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NFFE Clears Path for Wildland Firefighters, Defense Workers
With the signing of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2017 (S. 2943), the National Federation of Federal Employees celebrates a victory for temporary and term employees at federal land management agencies and the Department of Defense through the creation of a career path to permanent positions. This change allows wildland firefighters and certain defense workers to include their years of service protecting life and federal lands when competing for permanent jobs within the federal government.
Press Release  ·  Jan 5, 2017

Randy Erwin Elected NFFE National President
Today, delegates to the 50th NFFE National Convention in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. elected Randy Erwin as National President of the National Federation of Federal Employees with 86% of the total vote. David Stamey was elected as National Secretary-Treasurer with 60% of the total vote. Convention delegates also elected seven At-Large National Vice Presidents. Those winners are (in order of vote percentage): Patricia La Sala (92%), Robert Arnold (85%), Roosevelt Davis (80%), Gerald “Jerry” McCarthy (77%), Mark Davis (74%), Karen Mora (64%) and Bob Beckley (60%).
Press Release  ·  Sep 28, 2016


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