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Managing Sick Leave Entitlements and Abuse in the Federal Workplace Managing Telework in the Federal Workplace
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This course provides federal supervisors with the knowledge to recognize potential sick leave abuse and the strategies to respond to it — while balancing the need to enforce rules with employees’ rights. This course provides an overview of supervisory responsibilities under the Telework Enhancement Act of 2010 — along with guidance on how to manage employees on telework.
Identifying and Avoiding Age Discrimination in the Federal Workplace Employee Attendance and Tardiness Issues: Best Practices for Federal Managers
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This course identifies common missteps that could potentially lead to claims of age discrimination and offers managers guidance on how to avoid them. This course walks managers through the steps for handling tardiness — from the moment the issue arises through the disciplinary process, plus provides tools for fostering good attendance.
Recognizing and Resolving Conflict as a Federal Manager Disability & the Law: Your Role and Responsibilities as a Fed Manager
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This course provides the tools to identify, resolve and manage workplace disagreements; recognize the positive qualities of conflict; and respond appropriately when conflict arises. This course offers an overview of the Rehabilitation Act and the ADAAA so managers avoid even inadvertently discriminating against employees and applicants with disabilities.
Disciplining Your Federal Employees: What's Appropriate? Cultivating Diversity and Inclusion in Your Work Unit
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This course offers managers a roadmap for discipline — guiding them on how to use documentation, determine whether to discipline and select the right penalty. This course explains the concepts of diversity and inclusion, why each is important in today’s federal workplace, and how managers can cultivate diversity and inclusion in their work units.
The EEO Process: Step-by-Step Guidance for Federal Managers The Federal Manager’s Role and Responsibilities in Handling Employee FMLA
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This course identifies each step of the federal EEO process, provides guidance on the manager’s role and deadlines in each step, and describes the opportunities for resolution. This course teaches managers how to make appropriate decisions, with the help of HR, regarding employee use of this leave entitlement.
Recognizing and Responding to Gender Discrimination: What Federal Managers Must Know and Do Interviewing Federal Applicants: Steering Clear of Bad Hires and Discrimination
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This course provides guidance to help managers prevent all types of gender discrimination as well as ensure a discrimination-free workplace for transgendered individuals. This course explains how to prepare effective interview questions and successfully conduct the interview, while avoiding actions and questions that could be considered discriminatory.
A Federal Manager's Role in Accommodating Mental Disabilities A Federal Manager's Role in Accommodating Physical Disabilities
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This course will give managers best practices to navigate the reasonable accommodation process for individuals with mental disabilities. This course provides managers with essential compliance guidance to actively participate in the reasonable accommodation process for individuals with physical disabilities.
Putting a Federal Employee on a PIP — and Seeing It Through Recognizing and Responding to Race, Color and National Origin Discrimination in the Federal Workplace
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This course helps managers successfully navigate the performance improvement plan process — from determining if a PIP is necessary, to writing it, to monitoring and following through. This course provides managers with the tools to limit unfair treatment based on race, color and national origin, as well as the guidance to take prompt and appropriate action when harassment occurs.
A Federal Manager's Role in Limiting Religious Discrimination and Harassment Recognizing and Responding to Sexual Harassment: What Federal Managers Must Know and Do
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This course explains how managers can balance the sometimes competing interests of religious expression and religious discrimination, plus provides specific guidance on how to handle requests for religious accommodation. This course explains the legal concepts of sexual harassment, provides tools to recognize it, and outlines guidance to prevent and effectively stop it.
The Probationary Period: The Final Step in the Federal Hiring Process Managing Poor Performers in the Federal Workplace
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This course explains how managers can use the probationary period to evaluate and, if necessary, terminate a candidate before an appointment becomes final. This course explains the causes of poor performance, and the remedies available to supervisors and managers, including counseling and the use of performance improvement plans.
   
 
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