Letter: Some managers resist telework

Regarding "Lawmakers push telework as overall participation drops," a reader writes: I am a NTEU [National Treasury Employees Union] steward in Covington, Ky, and I have at least three grievances filed, two of which are going to arbitration over flexiplace.
[Management] at top levels say they are for it, however, they deny it at almost every opportunity except at the highest levels -- GS-11 and above -- because the rules say it [requires] their approval.

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