Mike Stein

LER Chief Negotiator


Mike Stein is currently the new LER Chief Negotiator for USCIS/DHS. He was most recently the Division Manager for the Employee/Labor Relations and Performance Management Division at the Bureau of Engraving and Printing, Department of Treasury. He also recently served as an Attorney-Advisor (Labor) at the US Merit Systems Protection Board handling all aspects of Labor and Employee Relations. He also recently served as the Division Chief for Labor and Employee Relations and HR Services Manager, and a Supervisory Labor Attorney, at the Board of Veterans Appeals, DVA. Mike was on an eight-month detail on the Labor Relations team in the Office of Accountability and Workforce Relations at OPM. Mike was also, among other positions, the Deputy Director of the Employee and Labor Relations Division of U.S. Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and the Labor Management and Employee Relations Manager for Strategic Systems Programs at the U.S. Navy. Mike served as the Manager for Employee and Labor Relations in the Office of Human Resources for the National Education Association, the largest Labor Union in the United States and the ADR Director for FMCS. On the Union side, Mike served as the Chief Steward and Executive Vice-President for NTEU, Chapter 208 at the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission. Mike graduated Brooklyn Law School cum laude in 1989, attended the Jewish Theological Seminary's Rabbinical School for two years, and graduated in 1984 from the University of Rochester with a BA in both Biology and Religious Studies/Classics. When Mike is not working in employee and labor relations, he is teaching 6th and 7th Grade Hebrew Sunday school.


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