What makes a person want to be a union rep? The author shares some of his experiences based on his career in labor relations.
The author lists changes he would like to see made to the labor relations statute.
Procedures and appropriate arrangements are an important subject in bargaining. The author illustrates how these work with a hypothetical case study.
How much do you know about collective bargaining? Take this short quiz to test your knowledge.
Can a federal union bargain over management rights? As the author explains, the answer is not so simple.
Could a “Hire to Fire” concept work in federal government human resources?
The author shares a quiz on the legalities of sexual harassment to help readers gain a full understanding of it.
Rumors and gossip can pose problems for an organization. However, communicating through the grapevine can be done in a beneficial manner.
By law, bargaining agreements are subject to approval by agency heads. The author lists the good and bad that can be inherent with this process.
Sometimes when selecting a candidate for a position, a manager must predict future behavior based on past behavior to determine suitability for the position.