DC unions argue district is too unsafe to reduce telework

Starting March 10, thousands of Washington, D.C., employees will have to cut their remote working down to just one day a week.

Over 33,000 workers will be affected, and unions are rising up in opposition to the move to limit telework in Washington.

Dr. Kofi Onumah, 1st Vice President of Local 2725- District 14, AFL-CIO says employees are worried about their safety in DC after the district said its cutting telework from 2 days a week to one. @7NewsDC pic.twitter.com/n2o2IKMkOB

— Scott Taylor : 7 News – WJLA TV (@ScottTaylorTV) January 23, 2024

“[Telework] lowers cost to the employee to that doesn’t have to commute. That extra day decreases their time in traffic. It also lowers pollution, carbon emissions, parking and potential maintenance costs that you would have to incur
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