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Chairman McKee discusses the authority of the Federal Labor Relations Authority to set aside arbitrators’ decisions involving federal statute if found to be contrary to law, rule or regulation, or…

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The author furnishes a thorough description of the workings of the Civil Service Reform Act of 1978 (for employees in federal service), including the appeal of arbitration awards to the…

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“The employment relationships in the federal service, and the collective bargaining agreements under the CSRA and the predecessor Executive Orders which permitted them, are so controlled and affected by various…

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A brief history of the statutory federal labor relations program is given, followed by discussions of the Civil Service Reform Act, the scope of arbitral remedial authority in the federal…

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An assessment of the relevance of the procedural due process criteria of Arbitrator Carroll Daugherty’s seven tests for just cause, and the “harmful error” standard of the Federal Civil Service…

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