Elizabeth MacDonald takes a deep look into cases at the Federal Labor Relations Authority which reveal a nasty secret about the great lengths federal unions are taking to protect government slackers at the public's expense.
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Exclusive: Cash for Slackers
First of a Three-Part Series
Wouldn’t you like to have a job where you get paid to slack off, and no matter what, have a powerful authority to back you up, winning battles to preserve your salary, benefits, and your every demand if your boss tries to fire you?
Exclusive: Cash for Slackers, Part II
Second of a Three-Part Series
It’s been a point of controversy that federal workers are working full time not on the job taxpayers pay them to do, but on union business.
Exclusive: Cash for Slackers, Part III
Last of a Three-Part Series
It would be reasonable to think that immediately stopping terrorists and foreign spies from breaking into government computers would be an urgent concern for all federal workers at places like the Dept. of Homeland Security and U.S. Customs and Immigration Enforcement.