Federal Manager's Daily Report

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The FLRA has announced a series of training sessions on labor-management topics on Tuesdays starting May 3 and extending through August 23.

The topics, to be addressed in three separate sessions each, are introduction to the FLRA, unfair labor processes and official time; meetings, investigatory examinations, formal discussions and bypasses; statements, discrimination, misconduct and a union’s duty of fair representation; and bargaining.

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Registration and further information is at https://www.flra.gov/resources-training/training/upcoming-flra-training.

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