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Avoiding Retaliation for Previous EEO Activity Charges in Formal Disciplinary Actions
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This course is designed to explain how the basic legal concepts of employment discrimination, are applied in the areas of reprisal-based disparate treatment and harassment, as well as per se violations of the law against retaliation. This course is designed to guide HR practitioners and supervisors through the legally complicated world of crafting charges that will be used in formal disciplinary actions such as reprimands, suspensions, demotions and terminations.
Complying with MD-715 and Developing a Model EEO Program Defining Discrimination
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This course is designed to explain in detail the reporting requirements of the EEOC's Management Directive 715 (MD-715), with techniques and practices intended to make compliance with the directive efficient, as well as to assist practitioners in reaching the goal of MD-715 compliance: the development of a model agency EEO program. The course, Defining Discrimination defines the concepts of disparate treatment and harassment, and demonstrates how they apply to the federal equal employment opportunity process.
Disabilities in Hiring and Promotion Disability and the Law
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The government urges federal agencies to hire and promote people with disabilities. This course helps you recognize and address the issues involved with determining whether a complainant is protected under the Rehabilitation Act.
Diversity and Inclusion Matters: Guidance for the Federal Workplace Employee Appeals
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Public policy has always been to ensure that the federal workforce is as diverse as the society it serves. This course will guide the HR practitioner through the various federal appeals processes.
Federal Qualification Standards: What HR Needs to Know Investigating EEO Complaints
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Every time you need to screen applicants and make placement decisions for current or former competitive service employees, you have to apply the federal qualification standards. This course is designed to provide users with the tools needed to effectively conduct EEO investigations.
Know the Federal EEO Process: Overview Mental and Emotional Disabilities
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This course is designed to introduce newcomers to the essential elements of the federal EEO process, and to refresh and update the skills of more experienced practitioners. This course is designed to assist the navigation of the difficult issues involved in addressing mental and emotional disabilities.
Motions, Hearings and Sanctions Penalties in Disciplinary Actions
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This course is designed to introduce newcomers to the tactical elements of federal EEO litigation, motions, hearings and sanctions as well as to refresh and update the skills of more experienced practitioners. One of the most frustrating aspects of the appeal of a disciplinary action for an agency is the possibility that the administrative judge or arbitrator might sustain the misconduct, but then mitigate the penalty imposed by the supervisor.
Performance Evaluation Performance Incentives
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This course is designed to introduce federal human resource and employee relations practitioners, and the supervisors they advise, to the systems of employee evaluation used in the federal government. This course is designed to give federal human resource practitioners and line managers a variety of positive reinforcement tools to improve the performance of their workforce, including both formal and informal awards programs.
Performance Management Performance Problems
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This course is designed to increase the understanding of managing individual employee performance in the federal government, including developing and using performance objectives/measures/standards, documenting employee performance, providing ongoing feedback, and conducting end-of-the-year appraisals or employee performance. This course explains the causes of poor performance in the federal workforce, and the remedies available to federal human resource specialists and supervisors, including the counseling of poor performers and, when necessary, the use of performance improvement plans.
Physical Disabilities Progressive Discipline
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This course is designed to help practitioners recognize individuals with targeted disabilities -- those individuals with disabilities that the government particularly focuses on hiring. This course explores the complicated world of the discipline of federal employees who engage in misconduct -- complicated in large part by a general misunderstanding of the basic principles of discipline and employee rights, and the widely-held belief that a federal employee cannot be terminated for any reason.
   
 
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