If you sit on a lot of bargaining teams and especially if you serve as the union’s chief spokesperson, this is important for you.  As the title states, FLRA has made several significant changes to the negotiability process. For now, the best place to get a sense of what it has done is its press release. We have always seen agency assertions of non-negotiability as opening a pandora’s box of trouble for the agency if the union takes advantage of all its tactical negotiability options.  For a sense of what those options are, check out “Test yourself #2- Strategic Negotiability Decisions.”

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  1. Griffin Mahon says:

    FYI the press release linked to here (“press release”) goes to a Page not found page on the FLRA website.

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