Are Feds Getting Closer to Returning to Offices?

GovExec Daily

Apr 22 2022 • 14 mins

After two years of most of its offices being closed to the public due to COVID-19, the Social Security Administration reopened most of its traditional worksites recently. Employee groups have reported mixed results and rocky reopenings at the offices. Other agencies have different agreements with their workers and the roller coaster nature of the coronavirus case numbers may complicate other federal employees returning to offices.

John P. Mahoney is an employment attorney and a former administrative judge. He has represented federal employees, unions, employee associations, contractors and agencies in cases involving federal employment law. He joined the podcast to talk about the state of returning to offices and what it means for federal employees.


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