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The proposed regulations were developed after extensive study and evaluation of the policies and procedures involving the review of arbitration awards. Chair of the FLRA, Carol Waller Pope, explains.
Transportation security officers will begin voting May 23 in a run-off election to decide which of two unions they want to be represented by.
The Federal Labor Relations Authority has ruled that a guideline restricting how employees at Social Security Administration teleservice centers use annual leave violates the union's national agreement.
The FLRA is seeking the input of stakeholders as part of its initiative to both review and revise the FLRA's arbitration regulations and to provide arbitration training to its customers and arbitrators.
The Federal Labor Relations Authority says it has made significant progress addressing its case backlog and re-engaging with its customers -- federal employees, the unions that represent them, and federal agencies.
Director, Office of Personnel Management
General Counsel, Federal Labor Relations Authority
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Mid-West Coordinator, Union Sportsmen's Alliance