Tag: opinion

Opinion: Gripping Reality; The GOP (STILL) Hates You

Note:  This Article (provided below and unchanged) was first published March 2, 2013.  We are republishing it in the wake of the Mr. Trump’s controversial election (lost popular vote by three million, associated Russian cyber hacking, conflicts of interest, etc…) and…

What Your Union Doesn’t Know…

……Can Cost You Your Job and More Often, our consultants are brought into situations in which the local labor union has begun representation of an employee or in which we are asked to work with the local labor union in…

The Vitter Protocol

Hey Congressional Staffers! How does it feel to be treated like a federal employee? It sucks. Doesn’t it? #ShutdownTheGOP #p2 #wiunion — The Informed Fed (@InformedFed) October 1, 2013 Welcome Aboard Congressional Staffers! As I type, the recent Republican Vitter…

Opinion: A Long Dark Road for Federal Employees

While federal employees once actually supported the pay freeze on the basis of “doing their part,” such support has deteriorated as the pay freeze appears permanent and additional proposals such as furloughs, pay cuts, overtime cuts, and increased benefits premiums begin to compound and drive federal employee pay down to levels not seen in decades. Federal employees have learned that being a public employee and a Republican are mutually exclusive.

The Top Hit’s at The Informed Fed

Below is a table showing the top visits to The Informed Fed for the previous seven day period.  Draw any conclusion you want, but I think reasonable people will agree “it’s the pay stupid!” Topic Views pay 9,862 furlough 9,578…

FAQ: Who The Hell Are you Guys?

We are all academically and professionally credentialed unlike your buddy whose advice for you when you are told you are being fired is, “they can’t do that.” Trust me, we can. Our win rate is damn near 100% no exaggeration.

Federal Employees Were Warned

The take away for federal employees is this: YOU WERE WARNED you were next. Most federal employees and union officials I talked to viewed the Wisconsin labor battle as an abstract concept.