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Alleged Misconduct: Performing Fair, Defensible Investigations in the Federal Workplace Alternative Discipline and Federal Employees: Creating Win-Win Solutions
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Alleged Misconduct: Performing Fair, Defensible Investigations in the Federal Workplace Alternative Discipline and Federal Employees: Creating Win-Win Solutions
Investigating alleged employee misconduct offers countless opportunities for missteps. Discover creative ways to deal with problem employees — and spend less time defending disciplinary actions.
Alternative Discipline in the Federal Workplace: Crafting Solutions That Work Approving or Denying Federal Employees' FMLA -- Who, Why & How
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Alternative Discipline in the Federal Workplace: Crafting Solutions That Work Approving or Denying Federal Employees' FMLA -- Who, Why & How
Alternative discipline does more than give you another way to resolve tough employee situations ... it can also minimize workplace disruption, cut the time you spend defending disciplinary actions and limit the risk of third-party litigation. Get expert insight from attorney Robin Wink as she gets you current on the law and takes you step-by-step through analyzing situations so you can properly determine an employee’s eligibility for leave.
Avoidable Mistakes That Destroy Your Agency's Adverse Actions Beyond the Basics: Reasonable Accommodation Guidance for Federal Agencies' Real-Life Challenges
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Avoidable Mistakes That Destroy Your Agency's Adverse Actions Beyond the Basics: Reasonable Accommodation Guidance for Federal Agencies' Real-Life Challenges
Avoid the mistakes commonly made on adverse actions with guidance from Robert Erbe, an experienced labor and employment law litigator who has seen firsthand all the disastrous missteps agencies commit when drafting adverse actions. Because each accommodation request must be evaluated on an individual basis, it often raises questions that are not easily answered.
Broida on MSPB Success Broida on Security-Based Removals and Indefinite Suspensions
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Broida on MSPB Success Broida on Security-Based Removals and Indefinite Suspensions
There’s nothing more frustrating than seeing all the time, effort and money you’ve spent taking an adverse action be rendered moot when the MSPB overturns your decision. Before 2012, if an agency suspended an employee's security clearance or revoked classified access, and it led to suspension, that was the end of it.
Broida on Suitability: Making Determinations, Taking Action Coaching Federal Managers: Tools and Techniques to Resolve Tricky Employee Situations
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Broida on Suitability: Making Determinations, Taking Action Coaching Federal Managers: Tools and Techniques to Resolve Tricky Employee Situations
In the aftermath of the 2011 Aguzie v. Office of Personnel Management decision, more suitability-based removals are appealable to the MSPB. Managers want an easy, one-size-fits-all solution for handling performance and behavior issues in the federal workplace.
Cracking Down on Leave Abuse in Your Agency Crafting Appropriate Disciplinary Charges for Misconduct in the Federal Workplace
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Cracking Down on Leave Abuse in Your Agency Crafting Appropriate Disciplinary Charges for Misconduct in the Federal Workplace
Federal employees have significant legal rights when it comes to taking approved leave. The MSPB and the courts hold federal agencies strictly accountable for properly labeling disciplinary charges and selecting appropriate penalties — and the pressure is on agencies to get it right.
Discipline in a Facebook World: Meeting the Challenges Presented by Social Media in the Federal Workplace Document, Document, Document! How to Manage Challenging Employee Behavior in the Federal Workplace
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Discipline in a Facebook World: Meeting the Challenges Presented by Social Media in the Federal Workplace Document, Document, Document! How to Manage Challenging Employee Behavior in the Federal Workplace
An employee blogs in support of a political candidate. A government client tries to friend you on Facebook. An employee is bullying a co-worker online. Knowing how to properly document an employment action presents a win/win for your agency.
Documenting the Douglas Factors: When, Why & How Douglas Do's and Don'ts: Using MSPB Case Law to Determine the Right Penalty
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Documenting the Douglas Factors: When, Why & How Douglas Do's and Don'ts: Using MSPB Case Law to Determine the Right Penalty
The Douglas factors have been around for more than 35 years, yet there hasn't been a recommended approach for documenting them -- until now. When you’re determining the appropriate penalty for an employee's misconduct, it’s easy enough to find a list of the all-important Douglas Factors you must consider.
Douglas Dos and Don'ts: Using MSPB Case Law to Determine the Right Penalty Drafting Winning Proposal and Decision Letters: Supporting Your Penalty, Avoiding Reversal
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Douglas Dos and Don'ts: Using MSPB Case Law to Determine the Right Penalty Drafting Winning Proposal and Decision Letters: Supporting Your Penalty, Avoiding Reversal
The Douglas Factors are often misused and misunderstood, resulting in reversal or mitigation. Proposal and decision letters are considered the most critical documents in any discipline or adverse action.
EEO Case Law Update: What Your Agency Needs to Know and Why EEO Reprisal in the Federal Workplace: Lessons From the Trenches
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EEO Case Law Update: What Your Agency Needs to Know and Why EEO Reprisal in the Federal Workplace: Lessons From the Trenches
EEO case law is constantly evolving, with a continuous flow of EEOC and court decisions being issued. According to the EEOC, retaliation is the #1 complaint among feds, continuing an upward trend in reprisal claims since FY07.
   
 
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