NBPCborder

Some agents recently received an invitation to complete an online survey that is supposed to assist management in determining why about a third of all new employees leave during their first several years on the job. If management really wants to know why these employees left, why don't they ask them instead of their colleagues who are still here? (Half of the survey questions seek opinions regarding why such employees left.)

Also, if management was sincere about this project, why didn't it collaborate with the Union? If you need a short break from your patrol duties and opt to complete management's worthless survey, you should decline to provide your name and Academy class number, as these can be used to identify you in case some manager takes a dim view of any candid comments or suggestions you might make and decides to retaliate against you.

 

OT Lawsuit

If you are a border patrol agent who is a member of the NBPC union, click here for info to sign up for the overtime lawsuit.

WMlaborlaw

greenline

Member News

  • Ammo Inc. Benefit for NBPC Members +

    The NBPC has partnered with Ammo Inc. to provide members with the opportunity to purchase ammunition at a discounted rate. Read More
  • PBR Shows Why the Sport Always Stands for the American Flag +

    The National Border Patrol Council thanks the Professional Bull Riders (PBR) for this video, which honors those who made the ultimate Read More
  • Border Patrol Agent and his family displaced after fire destroys home +

    On November 6, 2017, Malta station BPA Michael Morser, his wife, and two daughters lost their home to a devastating Read More
  • 1

Know Your Rights

  • Hearing Loss Guidance +

    When an injured federal employee files a workers’ compensation claim for hearing loss, it is common to find challenges when Read More
  • DOL Publications +

    If you have any questions about the applicability of the Federal Employee Compensation Act (FECA) and its application in OWCP Read More
  • Obey Now, Grieve Later +

    "Obey now, grieve later" - an employee should obey a supervisors lawful order and grieve the order later if the employee Read More
  • 1