Different kinds of disputes may arise when unions and agencies attempt to bargain collectively to reach agreements concerning working conditions. The labor relations statute provides several different procedures to resolve these disputes. If you have a dispute over collective bargaining, you will be more likely to resolve the dispute fully if you pursue the appropriate procedure. The kinds of disputes described here include Bargaining Obligation Disputes, Negotiability Disputes, Bargaining Impasses, and Disputes over Contract Language. You can find information dealing with a specific negotiation situation or subject by searching Authority decisions and General Counsel Guidance.