FSA 22 USC 4115 - Unfair labor practices

(a) Department of State It shall be an unfair labor practice for the Department - (1) to interfere with, restrain, or coerce any employee in the exercise by the employee of any right under this subchapter; (2) to encourage or discourage membership in any labor organization by discrimination in connection with hiring, tenure, promotion, or other conditions of employment; (3) to sponsor, control, or otherwise assist any labor organization, other than to furnish upon request customary and routine services and facilities on an impartial basis to labor organizations having equivalent status; (4) to discipline or otherwise discriminate against an employee because the employee has filed a complaint or petition, or has given any information, affidavit, or testimony under this subchapter; (5) to refuse to consult or negotiate in good faith with a labor organization, as required under this subchapter; (6) to fail or refuse to cooperate in impasse procedures and impasse decisions, as required under this subchapter; (7) to enforce any rule or regulation (other than a rule or regulation implementing section 2302 of title 5) which is in conflict with an applicable collective bargaining agreement if the agreement was in effect before the date the rule or regulation was prescribed; or (8) to fail or refuse otherwise to comply with any provision of this subchapter. (b) Labor organizations It shall be an unfair labor practice for a labor organization - (1) to interfere with, restrain, or coerce any employee in the exercise by the employee of any right under this subchapter; (2) to cause or attempt to cause the Department to discriminate against any employee in the exercise by the empl