The “Weingarten Right” stems from a Supreme Court decision that forever changed labor relations. The author looks at its history and application to government.
The author poses this question to FedSmith readers: if you currently pay or used to pay dues to a federal employee union, why did you choose to do so?
While it would be nice if federal employees always work in jobs suited to their talents, the author shares wisdom for the situations when this doesn’t happen.
What defines a “good” or “effective” labor organization and its leadership?
Should two employees with different work histories, attitudes, and behaviors receive the same discipline for the same offense?