A federal labor relations case can take months, years or decades. Here is an example.
The author says a recent House Committee hearing on the FLRA served to attack the agency’s chairman and showed the Congressmen’s lack of knowledge about the law.
Three new FLRA decisions send a message to arbitrators about the Authority’s philosophy on issues.
President Trump has reappointed two FSIP members. What impact will this have on federal employees’ case decisions?
A nomination has been made for the position of General Counsel at the FLRA. How many cases are being held pending confirmation of a new GC?
In an unusual move, the FLRA is providing for filing amici briefs on a case concerning an award of attorney fees in the federal labor relations context.
The author says that a recent FLRA decision reverses previous precedent which will have important implications for HR managers.