Office of Human Resources
The Federal Labor Relations Authority (FLRA) is heralded throughout the Federal community for its leadership in promoting stable, constructive labor-management relations that contribute to a more effective Government. Agency employees maintain a high level of personal enthusiasm, professionalism, and productivity. Named the most improved small agency, FLRA is in the top 20 Best Places to Work for 2010 and is ranked #2 in teamwork, #3 in pay, and #4 in effective leadership categories. FLRA’s workforce is its greatest asset.
With FLRA’s headquarters office in Washington, DC the Office of Human Resources serves as the principal advisor on human resources (HR) and related matters to FLRA employees, managers, Agency leaders, and Presidential appointees. HR plays an integral role in the Agency’s program development, and participates fully in short-term and long-term strategic planning as well as in developing human resources programs to accommodate Agency objectives both at its headquarter office and throughout its seven regional offices.
FLRA is committed to continually improving HR programs and processes. The foundation of FLRA and the key to the Agency’s future success rests with a talented workforce. If you are thinking about a career in labor law, consider