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An attempt, usually unsuccessful under the Federal Service Labor-Management Relations Statute because it fosters unit fragmentation, to carve out (or sever)–usually along occupational lines (firefighters, nurses)–a subgroup of employees in an existing bargaining unit in order to establish a separate, more homogenous unit with a different union as exclusive representative.

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