On 3 August 1981 President Ronald Reagan ended 12,000 air traffic controllers, members of the Professional Air Traffic Controllers Organization, for violating their no-strike oath. Provides background information on the personnel policies and practices of the Federal Aviation system and information about the negotiations and the impact of layoffs.

On 3 August 1981 President Ronald Reagan ended 12,000 air traffic controllers, members of the Professional Air Traffic Controllers Organization, for violating their no-strike oath. Provides background information on the personnel policies and practices of the Federal Aviation system and information about the negotiations and the impact of layoffs.
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Michael Beer,
Bert A. Spector
Source: Harvard Business School
23 pages.
Release Date: 10 May in 1982. Prod #: 482 056 PDF-ENG
Air traffic controllers HBR case solution