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    1. 1. CHANGES IN WORKING Labor & Employee Relations Human Capital Branch
    2. 2. CHANGES IN WORKING Labor & Employee Relations Human Capital Branch
    3. 3. CHANGES IN WORKING CONDITIONS
    4. 4. CHANGES IN WORKING CONDITIONS• One of the most common areas for grievances and Unfair Labor Practices (ULPs) are “Changes in Working Conditions”• That is, situations where management changes some aspects of the conditions of employment of a Bargaining Unit Employee (BEU) without notifying and, if requested, bargaining in good faith with the Union
    5. 5. DEFINITION: CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT
    6. 6. DEFINITION: CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT• Section 5 U.S.C. 7103(a)(14) of the Statue defines Conditions of Employment as: Personnel policies, practices, and matters, whether established by the rule, regulation, or otherwise, affecting working conditions, except that such term does not include policies, practices, and matters- Relating to prohibited political activities Relating to classification of any position; or Specifically provide for by Federal Statue
    7. 7. CHANGES IN WORKINGCONDITIONS
    8. 8. CHANGES IN WORKING CONDITIONSSection 7103(a)(12) of the statue requires:Management and the Union to meet at reasonable timesand to consult and bargain in a good-faith effort to reachagreement with respect to the conditions of employmentaffecting such employees and to execute, if requested byeither party, a written document incorporating any collectivebargaining agreement reached

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