Labor Relations
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Labor Relations Case Management Streamlines Processes From Intake to Resolution

To properly administer an organization’s labor relations program, you need a way to connect employees, labor unions, and management with the same data to facilitate communication. Tyler's Labor Relations Case Management software solution provides a way to manage every part of a labor-related case from intake to resolution and ensure the interests of all parties are protected.

  • Process claims in less time

  • Reduce investigation costs

  • Automate workflows

  • Connect information from multiple sources

  • Reduce paperwork

  • Provide visibility and access via a secure, web-based interface

Track Labor Claims and Grievances

Tyler's Labor Relations solution can be rapidly configured to support an organization's labor-related programs, as well as specific regulatory and business requirements.

  • The solution enables key labor relations processes such as arbitration, negotiation, and representation.
  • It is configured to track Unfair Labor Practice (ULP), Management/Employee Relations (MER), Merit Systems Protection Board (MSPB) appeals, and the Negotiability Grievance Procedure.
  • Example reports include Claims and Appeals Status, Current and Monthly Settlements, Disciplinary Actions and Dismissals, Investigatory Appeals, Case Descriptions, Arbitrations, and Claims, Liability, and Costs.

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