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The history of dispute resolution, mediation and arbitration

Category: Public Labor Relations

The Division of Public Employee Labor Relations was created beginning with the Nixon White House wanting the Labor Department to provide some reaction to Civil Rights actities in the late 60s and into the 70s, and particularly as it related to public employee organizing with a civil rights connection.

September 2022 News Update

September 2022 Hello Friends, Much has taken place since the last “Friends” email.   A major reorganization and realignment were announced by Acting Director Greg Goldstein and Deputy Director Javier Ramirez on June 10th, 2022. All field managers positions have been announced and require current managers to reapply for the now reduced number of field manager […]

FMCS Directors List

Directors of the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service (with the date they took office listed and the President who made the appointment shown in parentheses), are as follows:   On June 15, 2021, President Biden announced his intent to nominate Javier Ramirez to be the next Director, as of 4/19/2022 has not been confirmed by the Senate. Cyrus S. […]

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