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The Federal Manager's Everyday Guide to FMLA Broida on Suitability: Making Determinations, Taking Action
Price: $31.95
Price: $284.50
Tired of digging through pages and pages of regulations each time an employee requests leave, trying to figure out what they’re entitled to? In the aftermath of the 2011 Aguzie v. Office of Personnel Management decision, more suitability-based removals are appealable to the MSPB.
Assessing Compensatory Damages Claims in Federal EEO Cases - Third Edition The Evolving Complexities of Sex Discrimination: Refining Your Agency's Approach for Today's Claims
Price: $69.75
Price: $284.50
Master the ins and outs of federal EEO compensatory damages law and get up to speed on recent cases — with just one resource! As an MSPB administrative judge, Samuel Vitaro decided a multitude of disputes involving sexual harassment, sex discrimination and reprisal.
The Federal Equal Opportunity Reporter® Federal Merit Systems Reporter
Price: $1,875.00
Price: $1,775.00
The Federal Equal Opportunity Reporter® (FEOR) is a research service that focuses on equal employment opportunity within the federal sector. Federal Merit Systems Reporter (FMSR) keeps you up to date on all the latest MSPB and related court decisions.
Federal Human Resources Week Failure to Bargain: A Practical Guide for Analyzing and Responding to ULP Charges
Price: $420.00
Price: $24.50
As an HR professional, everyday challenges demand that you stay on top of EEO, employee and labor relations, pay and benefits, and retirement issues to name just a few. But with your already hectic schedule, how can you keep up to date with the ever-changing federal community? The most common, yet complex, unfair labor practice charges you may face as a labor relations practitioner are those alleging a failure to bargain.
What Do I Do When...® The Answer Book on Federal Labor Relations It's More Than Sexual: Handling all Types of Harassment in the Federal Workplace
Price: $28.50
Price: $31.75
From dealing with union officials to determining what issues your federal agency is required to bargain, new labor relations questions pop up nearly every day. This one-of-a-kind book captures the entire issue of harassment, providing guidance on how to recognize, prevent and respond to all types of harassment claims.
William B. Wiley's Employee Relations Desk Reference: Sample Letters, Briefs and Other Documents Faith and the Federal Employee
Price: $89.95
Price: $26.75
Even the smallest inadvertent mistake could result in your disciplinary action being reversed on appeal. Religious discussion and expression are occurring more often in the workplace today.
From Hygiene Problems to Stalking: Responding to Federal Employees Who Disrupt the Workplace Applying ADR in the Federal Workplace
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Price: $26.40
This comprehensive guide, written by Cynthia Field, explores a spectrum of employee behaviors - from offensive grooming to physical violence - that can disrupt your workplace and your staff’s productivity. The results of alternative dispute resolution are undeniable - increased workplace harmony, lower complaint-processing costs, reduced lost time and improved productivity.
How to Frame Disciplinary and Adverse Action Charges The Right to Representation: Formal Discussions and Weingarten Rights: Second Edition
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Why do agencies lose in adverse action cases, despite having evidence and a solid basis for cause of action? When are unions entitled to be present at a formal discussion?
The Basics of Writing Federal-EEO Counselor Reports--Second Edition Maximizing Return to Work in the Federal Sector: How to Design, Implement and Maintain a Successful Program
Price: $31.25
Price: $27.25
The most up-to-date, concise and useful resource on Counselor Reports available! Developing an effective RTW program helps you get injured workers back on the job as quickly as possible -- cutting thousands of dollars in unnecessary workers' comp expenses.
$afety Cents in the Federal Workforce: Prevent Employee Injuries and Reduce Workers' Comp Costs The Shape of Things: The Rising Cost of Obesity on the Federal Workers' Comp System
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The best way to reduce your agency’s workers’ comp costs is to prevent workplace injuries from happening. Studies have shown that overweight and obese workers are more prone to workplace accidents then their slimmer counterparts and that their injuries take longer to heal.
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