Six months after Transportation Security Administration employees selected the American Federation of Government Employees to represent them, negotiations between the TSA and the union have not been scheduled. The union says pre-negotiation meetings are moving too slowly and that the TSA is not providing employees with third-party reviews of actions taken against them. In response, the TSA says it is committed to due process for employees. "TSA is committed to ensuring that our employees continue to have due process protections such as those provided by the TSA Ombudsman, Office of Civil Rights and Liberties, and appeal rights before the recently created TSA Office of Professional Responsibility,” the TSA said in a statement.
Union says pre-negotiation meetings with TSA move too slowly
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