FSIP Upholds FEA-SR Win On Academic Credits Case
FEA Stateside Region Special Update
JANE LOGGINS - FEA Director for DDESS
BEN HUNTER - FEA-SR General Counselings
ANGELIA STUBBS - FEA-SR General Counsel
posted October 23, 2019
GREAT WIN FOR FEA STATESIDE REGION MEMBERS
The Federal Labor Relations Authority has sided with the Federal Education Association-Stateside Region over DoDEA management in a dispute concerning employees being denied proper compensation for academic credits earned.
The FLRA this week ruled in FEA-SR's favor, upholding a July 2018 decision by Arbitrator Charles Murphy requiring management to place Stateside bargaining unit members on the correct pay lane, based upon their education level, as well as awarding back pay to affected employees dating back to November 2010.
The decision ordered the Agency to credit all relevant semester hours in setting salaries, regardless of whether the semester hours were earned before or after the award of an academic degree.
You can read about Arbitrator Murphy's original ruling at this page on the FEA Web site.
More information will be sent out by FEA-SR as the implementation phase moves forward.