Federal Labor Relations

Some articles on federal labor relations, federal:

Federal Labor Relations Act
... The Federal Labor Relations Act of 1978 (FLRA) is a federal law which establishes collective bargaining rights for most employees of the federal government in the United States ... The FLRA was adopted after President Jimmy Carter pushed for legislation to regularize federal labor relations ... declared that it wished to encourage collective bargaining between federal employees and their employers ...

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