We are committed to promoting constructive dialogue and action on issues of policy, practice, theory and research that lie at the intersection of the interests of labor, management, government, neutrals and scholars in the federal public sector. The Federal Public Sector Industry Council will focus on how the dynamics of human resource management and labor-management relations affect the capability and performance of federal public organizations. It will assess how alternative approaches can affect such capability and performance.
Among some of the substantive issues to be addressed are:
(1) the changing rules of human resource management and labor-management relations in the federal public sector;
(2) the role of unions and collective bargaining in the federal public sector;
(3) the impact of human resource management and labor-management relations on organizational effectiveness and efficiency; and
(4) competing principles, values, and norms in federal public sector personnel policy.
Michael Filler, International Brotherhood of Teamsters, Labor Co-Chair
Jeffrey Keefe, Rutgers University, Academic Co-Chair
LERA 65th Annual Meeting, June 6-9, 2013, St. Louis, MO
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Public Sector Industry Council Charter
LERA Industry Councils are supported by a grant from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation.