The author discusses the great amount of litigation over the definition of formal discussions in federal labor relations.
Two lawmakers want OMB to abandon its efforts to implement Schedule F.
EEOC has issued a final rule restricting use of official time by unions in the federal EEO process.
Legislation has been reintroduced in the new Congress to stop federal employees from being reclassified under Schedule F.
What is the value of a labor relations assessment and what goes into conducting one?
What is pre-decisional involvement and how can it be used successfully in federal labor relations?
Proposed regulations for a reduction-in-force would place more emphasis on quality of performance and less on length of service.