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Throughout the year, OPM's Labor Relations office hosts several events to provide an opportunity for agency officials to hear from thought leaders in the federal labor sector on timely and recurring issues facing the federal workforce.
OPM hosts a quarterly Roundtable that brings a distinguished speaker or panel of speakers together to present on changes in federal labor law, best practices in labor relations, and other timely issues. Roundtables are hosted at OPM headquarters in Washington, D.C. and available to federal agencies via webcast.
OPM host quarterly Roundtables in order to host a distinguished speaker or panel of speakers to present on changes in federal labor law, best practices in labor relations, or other issues facing federal management officials. Past topics include teleworking, FLRA case law update, USERRA, and negotiating collective bargaining agreements.
Roundtables are hosted at OPM headquarters in Washington, D.C. and available to federal agencies via webcast. To attend or receive updates on future Roundtables, please email Labor Relations at email@example.com.
All Labor Relations webcasts are available on the Office of Personnel Management YouTube Channel.