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WASHINGTON-Bargaining unit employees at the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency voted to recertify with the National Treasury Employees Union, the same union that represents NCUA. Stirrings had arisen to decertify from the union just two years after it began at the OCC. However, according to NTEU’s Chapter 303 newsletter for NCUA employees, the OCC employees voted in favor of maintaining representation from NTEU on Dec. 13. A memo from the union to OCC’s bargaining unit employees said the final tally by the Federal Labor Relations Authority was 1,010 in favor and 760 against. The original vote to form the union was 839 to 721. “The second election represents a significant improvement of our standing in the OCC community,” the memo read. “Thank you to all our supporters and to the staff of the National Treasury Employees Union (NTEU).” NCUA employees recently elected the first officers for Chapter 303 of the NTEU. Negotiations have yet to yield a contract.

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