IAFC/IAFF Labor-Management Initiative Guiding Principles

Principles developed and agreed to by the IAFC and the IAFF in the true spirit of cooperation for the enhancement of the fire/EMS service and the communities it serves. We recognize that mutual adherence to these values requires the constant effort of labor and management representatives.

VISION  Challenge 7: Reputation Management

An example of working together to enhance and protect our collective reputations in the fire service.

Download the IAFC/IAFF Labor-Management Initiative Guiding  Principles (pdf) 

  • Topics:
    • Labor/Management Relations
    • Volunteer
    • Crisis Communication
    • Department Administration
    • Human Resources
  • Resource Type:
    • Reference
    • Report/ publication
  • Organizational Author:
    • IAFC

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