On July 6, 2015, the Department of Labor (DOL) issued a proposed rulemaking altering the federal overtime pay requirements under … Continue reading Guest Blogger: Jennifer Ortega – Overtime: Substance and Advocacy
According to the Gallup organization, only 3 out of 10 American workers are engaged at work. How can this possibly … Continue reading Guest Blogger: Bob Lavigna- Only 30 percent of our employees are fully engaged?
The District of Columbia Council is considering legislation that would provide every full-time and part-time employee in the District with … Continue reading Guest Blogger: Eric Paltell- D.C. Council Considering Law Requiring 16 Weeks of Paid Family & Medical Leave
By this time you probably know that NPELRA has gone social. With the ability to publish information instantly, our association … Continue reading Help! I Have a Facebook!
I’m Going Because… Reason #1 “I am new to the public sector. While the HR laws are generally the same … Continue reading Annual Training Conference Speakers and Sessions
Our Annual Training Conference (ATC) registration is opening soon! Save the date, and don’t wait: register as early as next … Continue reading Save the Date!
Few things have as much impact on effective labor relations as creation of a high trust environment – which is … Continue reading Guest Blogger: Ron Holifield – “Quit Trying to be Ethical”
I wait all year for summer. I grew up in the Inland Empire of California, where long summer days meant pool … Continue reading NPELRA’s Summer Reading List
We recently asked a few notable women of NPELRA to sit down with us for a candid discussion. From their … Continue reading Public Sector Labor Relations Month: Women’s Week
Daniel DiSalvo and Michael McCann debated the issue of public sector labor unions. Professor DiSalvo is the author of Government Against … Continue reading PUBLIC SECTOR LABOR RELATIONS MONTH: DEBATE ON PUBLIC SECTOR UNIONS