If you lose sight of your goal during a negotiation, it can create problems for you.
Disciplining employees is often not something supervisors like to do, but it is important to have a fair and appropriate discipline process in the workplace.
The author says that the concept of “covered by” in bargaining is here to stay.
It is important for bargaining teams to be chosen properly. These are some guidelines for selecting bargaining team members.
Procedures and appropriate arrangements are the replacement for impact and implementation bargaining. What are they and where do they come from?
The author says he is concerned that politics may be causing the FLRA to lose credibility.
An investigative plan sets forth how to conduct an investigation along with important details needed. This is an overview of the key parts it should contain.
Bargaining unit descriptions often become outdated. These are some things both parties must consider when this happens.
What constitutes bad faith bargaining? These are examples of evidence the FLRA will consider in making this decision.