If you are a supervisor in the federal government, chances are that at least some of your employees are represented by a labor organization. Unions represent more than 60 percent of all federal civilian employees.
Since knowledge and understanding statutory rights and obligations are the foundation for avoiding labor-management conflict, this book explores the basic labor-management principles that impact your day-to-day operations.
The Supervisor's Guide to Federal Labor Relations explains the rights and responsibilities of agencies, unions and employees under this program. Now in its eighth edition, this book has been provided by agencies to more than 90,000 federal supervisors.
The Supervisor's Guide to Federal Labor Relations explains how you can save yourself and your agency time, money and litigation by knowing and working within the structure established by Congress, the President and the third parties that govern the federal labor relations program.