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WHAT TO DO WHEN THE WORKLOAD SURGES Imagine that the folks in your department work under a critical element that requires them to close a claim no later than 10 days after it is placed in their inventory and that … Continue reading

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FLRA’S WORKLOAD BARGAINING SOLUTION: HUMAN TRAFFICKING What would you call it if someone had the power to force you to work 24 hours a day, seven days a week until you fell over dead from exhaustion? What if they also … Continue reading

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UPDATE ON BARGAINING OVER WORKLOAD CHANGES Two years ago we pointed out what we believed to be the error in FLRA’s thinking when it held that an agency can stand by and watch employee workloads skyrocket out of sight due … Continue reading

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BARGAINING OVER WORKLOAD CHANGES The FLRA decided to once again defy common sense and only time (and a federal circuit court) will tell which one prevails.  The outcome will determine whether unions have the right to negotiate over changes in … Continue reading

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GETTING MORE WORK?  THE UNION CAN HELP MEMBERS ALERT!   With retirements, buyouts, and budget cuts just around the corner, don’t forget what the union can do for you when some manager assigns you more work, new duties, or reduces the … Continue reading

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