What did NTEU do in 2017?

In 2017:
You got a higher pay raise (an average of 2.1 percent, compared with the proposed 1.6 percent)

Your retirement contributions did not increase (Congress proposed increasing them by 6 percent . . . a pay cut!)

Your retirement formula did not change (A bill proposed changing it from high 3 to high 5)

You retained your union rights and your contract (Union rights, including your contract, would have been eliminated at certain agencies)

You enjoyed innovative workplace benefits like telework, AWS, transit subsidies and flexible spending accounts

You had a safety net of topnotch workplace representation in the event of a problem

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  • April 2019 NTEU Chapter#296 union newsletter for NPS WASO In this issue: The Pay Raise is Read more
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  • NTEU WASO: NOTICE -- April Brown Bag Lunch; This Thursday, April 18, 2019, -- Topics: 2019 Pay Raise Read more

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