Federal managers who want to make changes for employees represented by a union during the life of a labor contract often feel frustrated by the time, effort and cost involved. These tips can help.
What steps can a federal agency take to make its labor relations program more effective? Here are suggestions in part one of a two-part series.
Here are the possible consequences when providing an employee with a guidance and direction memo.
Writing and delivering a memo to an employee can be useful. This article outlines what a guidance and direction memo should include.
Appropriated funds cannot be used for buying drinking water for federal employees. Can a federal official be personally liable for buying drinking water for use by employees?
Solving common workplace problems requires knowledge, patience and knowing how to use the human resources system effectively. Here are some quick tips for supervisors that may be helpful in solving some of the most nagging problems.
There are no problem employees; only employee problems for which managers must devise workable solutions. Here is one way to resolve common problems in the workplace.
OPM has issued a memo to agency heads advising them of restrictions on appointments and awards during election season