The Federal Labor Relations Authority properly found that ICE wasn’t required to bargain with the union representing its employees before changing an overtime calculation policy, the D.C. Circuit said June 11.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement didn’t have a duty to bargain with an American Federation of Government Employees unit before changing the way it calculates overtime because its previous policy was unlawful, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit said, declining to review the FLRA determination.
The Office of Personnel Management issued guidance on overtime calculation in 1997 directing agencies not to include time off...
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