A Court of Appeals has overturned an FLRA decision. The court decision was written by Ketanji Brown Jackson, potential Supreme Court nominee.
A Court of Appeals has overturned a policy statement from the FLRA on the role of a zipper clause in federal labor relations.
The new administration has brought about significant federal labor relations changes. How will agency bargaining agreements be impacted?
Rationing the sale of mayonnaise in South Korea was a factor in a federal union losing representation rights
The author describes a different but effective approach that the Oregon National Guard has to labor relations.
A federal employee wanting to cancel a union dues withholding may find it difficult, despite an FLRA policy to make it easier. Here is how unions will make the process more difficult.
Conducting interviews with employees is often part of a job role. These are some guidelines for conducting good interviews.
What makes a person want to be a union rep? The author shares some of his experiences based on his career in labor relations.
The author lists changes he would like to see made to the labor relations statute.
Procedures and appropriate arrangements are an important subject in bargaining. The author illustrates how these work with a hypothetical case study.