The author says that to be successful in federal labor relations, you must know both the law and the relationship between labor and management.
Can interest based bargaining ultimately be successful in the federal sector?
The author discusses some of the most egregious mistakes he’s seen made in the collective bargaining process during his career.
What is interest-based bargaining, and how can it be used successfully in federal labor relations?
Why should bargaining notes be used in federal labor relations?
The author says the Biden administration appears to be reverting to past labor relations practices. Will it work better this time?
Labor relations under the Biden administration is changing. What does this mean for bargaining on permissive topics?
What impact is the Biden administration likely to have on federal labor relations?
The author discusses what changes to collaborative labor relations can be expected under a Biden administration.