Summary: The Transportation Security Administration

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The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) a sector of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) plays a very important part of the aviation industry. The TSA regulates air transportation and set compliance guidelines and enforce regulations to ensure the safety of the traveling public and products across the United States and its territories throughout the world. Therefore, the TSA is responsible for detecting and preventing weapons and hazard material from being carried on an aircraft by performing security procedures. The Transportation Security Administration was created after 9/11 one of the worst terror attack to occur within the United States. The attack created a sense of panic across the United States of America, and throughout…show more content…
1881 would make applicable the federal government’s rules pertaining to collective bargaining. Collective bargaining is a fundamental workplace right that applies to employees throughout the federal government, including in national security and homeland security professionals. This includes civilian employees at the Defense Department, DHS Customs and Border Protection Guards, Border Patrol Officers, and Bureau of Prisons Guards (Transportation Security Administration 2007). Since the formation of the Transportation Security Administration employee have always desired to make improvements in their working conditions and compensation for their workplace. Collective bargaining is the process in which working people, through their unions, negotiate contracts with their employers to determine their terms of employment, including pay, benefits, hours, leave, job health and safety policies, ways to balance work and family, and…show more content…
One of the main reasons is to decrease the risk level to the traveling public within the United States of America. It is a well-documented fact that when people enjoy their work environment they work and perform at a high level. Countless people believe allowing the Transportation Security Administration’s ability to collective bargaining is a bad idea and threaten national security, on November 10 2010 the federal labor relations authority agreed to allow the transportation security administration the right to vote for union representation. Barack Obama Administration was the major influences to initiate and start the process to bring collective bargaining option to the

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