Labor-management conflicts at the Department of Agriculture, Veterans Affairs and the Department of Education are among the more recent disagreements between the Trump administration and federal unions, Bloomberg Law reports. 

Some of the topics at issue include telework, “official time” for union representation activities, and, as offices reopen, workplace safety. 

While labor leaders say these latest conflicts are symptomatic of the Trump administration’s anti-union sentiments, federal officials say unions are balking at streamlining services to the public, Bloomberg reports.

About 1 million civilian employees are represented by federal unions.

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