The Federal Labor Relations Authority is closing its offices in Boston, Massachusetts. Here is what this means for pending cases.
The Federal Register notice of closing the Boston Regional Office of the FLRA is expected in November.
The FLRA has announced it is closing its regional office in Dallas.
The author says that a recent court decision to overturn Trump’s executive orders shows a lack of understanding of federal sector collective bargaining.
How will lawsuits filed by unions regarding the Executive Order on labor relations fare in court? Here is an analysis.
The FLRA has reversed prior interpretations of the law in a couple of important ways. The author summarizes the court’s rationale in a new case.
The newly constituted FLRA has issued a landmark decision to restrict the bargaining obligation between agencies and unions. Here is a summary and analysis.
After previously setting two separate standards for reviewing an arbitrator’s decision, a recent FLRA decision with its new Members complies with a decision of the DC Circuit court. The FLRA is now applying only one “standard.” This case should be required reading for the labor relations community.