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7 Common Mistakes Agencies Make in the EEO Process - And How to Avoid Them Accommodation or Discipline? Responding to Substance Abuse Issues in the Federal Workplace
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7 Common Mistakes Agencies Make in the EEO Process - And How to Avoid Them Accommodation or Discipline? Responding to Substance Abuse Issues in the Federal Workplace
When it comes to the EEO process and staying compliant, good intentions are not always enough. Drug and alcohol use and abuse — it’s a challenge that anyone in a supervisory or management role will have to face.
Actions That Make a Difference: Preventing and Responding to Harassment in Your Agency Addressing Performance and Conduct of Federal Employees With Disabilities: From-the-Trenches Strategies
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Actions That Make a Difference: Preventing and Responding to Harassment in Your Agency Addressing Performance and Conduct of Federal Employees With Disabilities: From-the-Trenches Strategies
Gain valuable insights from Sam Vitaro, whose experiences as a former MSPB AJ and arbitrator give him a unique view of the EEO process and how agencies handle harassment -- for better or worse. If you're confused about how to address performance and conduct problems for employees with disabilities, you aren't alone.
Beyond the Obvious: Accommodating Federal Employees With Hidden Disabilities Complying With the New ADA: What Federal Agencies Need to Know
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Beyond the Obvious: Accommodating Federal Employees With Hidden Disabilities Complying With the New ADA: What Federal Agencies Need to Know
In 90 minutes they'll give you the practical guidance and accommodation strategies you need to make sound decisions involving employees with hidden disabilities.

In its introduction to the new ADA, Congress states its intent that "the primary object of attention in cases brought under the ADA should be whether entities covered under the ADA have complied with their obligations" and that "the question of whether an individual's impairment is a disability under the ADA should not demand extensive analysis."

Cracking Down on Leave Abuse in Your Agency Deterring and Responding to Harassment -- Best Practices for the Federal Workplace
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Cracking Down on Leave Abuse in Your Agency Deterring and Responding to Harassment -- Best Practices for the Federal Workplace
Federal employees have significant legal rights when it comes to taking approved leave. Harassment affects all your employees, and often leads to problems with performance, productivity and morale throughout your entire workforce.
Dismissed! When and How to Reject Federal EEO Complaints Dismissing Federal EEO Complaints Without Fear of Reversal
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Dismissed! When and How to Reject Federal EEO Complaints Dismissing Federal EEO Complaints Without Fear of Reversal
Knowing when and how to dismiss an EEO complaint can save your agency time, money and the aggravation of having to process a case that shouldn’t have been dismissed in the first place. The EEOC recently reported that more than 40% of EEO claims that agencies dismiss are reversed -- creating even more problems for agencies on top of the original complaints.
Disparate Treatment and Beyond: Understanding Intentional Discrimination in the Federal Workplace Drafting Clear and Enforceable Settlement Agreements: Guidance From Broida and Hadley
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Disparate Treatment and Beyond: Understanding Intentional Discrimination in the Federal Workplace Drafting Clear and Enforceable Settlement Agreements: Guidance From Broida and Hadley
Get the complete picture of handling intentional discrimination claims from employment law attorneys Gary Gilbert and Ernest Hadley Poorly drafted settlement agreements may lead to even more disputes over their meaning … or worse, expose your agency to obligations that were never contemplated during negotiations.
EEO Reprisal in the Federal Workplace: Lessons From the Trenches EEOC Findings of Discrimination: Lessons for the Federal Practitioner
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EEO Reprisal in the Federal Workplace: Lessons From the Trenches EEOC Findings of Discrimination: Lessons for the Federal Practitioner
According to the EEOC, retaliation is the #1 complaint among feds, continuing an upward trend in reprisal claims since FY07. One of the best ways for your agency to learn how to avoid discrimination findings is through the example of other agencies' mistakes.
Employing Individuals With Psychiatric Disabilities: What Your Agency Needs to Know and Do Enforceable Federal EEO Settlement Agreements: From Crafting to Drafting
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Employing Individuals With Psychiatric Disabilities: What Your Agency Needs to Know and Do Enforceable Federal EEO Settlement Agreements: From Crafting to Drafting
The charge to hire more individuals with disabilities continues ... and the number of employees who are disclosing that they have psychiatric disabilities continues to rise. Both the EEOC and the courts are pushing case settlements, so now is the time to get essential training on addressing settlements in a proactive, productive manner -- and avoid having to defend a challenged agreement.
Every Step of the Way: Accommodating Federal Employees Using the Interactive Process Evolving EEO Law: Decisions Agencies Need to Know
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Every Step of the Way: Accommodating Federal Employees Using the Interactive Process Evolving EEO Law: Decisions Agencies Need to Know
Don’t take the chances of incurring liability because an accommodation request isn’t handled properly. EEO law is ever-changing. And with volumes of EEOC and court decisions constantly being issued, staying up to date is crucial for federal practitioners -- but far from easy to do.
Excessive Leave in the Federal Workplace: Disciplining Employees, Proving Charges Before the MSPB Federal EEO and Workers' Comp Claims at a Crossroads: Evaluating Emotional Disability Claims under the Amended ADA and FECA
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Excessive Leave in the Federal Workplace: Disciplining Employees, Proving Charges Before the MSPB Federal EEO and Workers' Comp Claims at a Crossroads: Evaluating Emotional Disability Claims under the Amended ADA and FECA
The Merit Systems Protection Board has long held that your agency does not have to tolerate unauthorized absences or even authorized extended absences if they impact the efficiency of the service. With the new ADA now in effect, more individuals who suffer an on-the-job emotional injury will meet the definition of a qualified individual with a disability — and require reasonable accommodation.
   
 
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