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Return to On-Site Work: Getting Reasonable Accommodation Right for Federal Employees With Disabilities Douglas Dilemma Unraveled: How to Properly Apply Aggravating, Mitigating, and Neutral Factors
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Return to On-Site Work: Getting Reasonable Accommodation Right for Federal Employees With Disabilities Douglas Dilemma Unraveled: How to Properly Apply Aggravating, Mitigating, and Neutral Factors
Your agency has to balance meeting RTO requirements and accommodating employees who claim their disabilities prevent them from returning to the workplace. Did an employee's mental impairment play a role in the charged conduct?
Staying Compliant When Addressing Federal Employee Relations Issues in Telework, Hybrid and Remote Work Performance-Based Actions in Today’s Federal Workforce: Current Compliance Guidance
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Staying Compliant When Addressing Federal Employee Relations Issues in Telework, Hybrid and Remote Work Performance-Based Actions in Today’s Federal Workforce: Current Compliance Guidance
This presentation drills down into the issues your agency faces when managing and disciplining federal employees who are working remote, telework and hybrid jobs. With lessons drawn from MSPB and Federal Circuit case law, attorney Kevin Owen gives you best practices to address specific trouble spots. Taking a performance-based action under Chapter 43 requires your agency to follow strict rules.
Addressing Complex Disability Accommodation Issues in Agencies’ Telework, Hybrid and Return to On-Site Work Barbara Haga on FMLA Compliance: Techniques to Tackle Your Agency’s Top Trouble Areas
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Addressing Complex Disability Accommodation Issues in Agencies’ Telework, Hybrid and Return to On-Site Work Barbara Haga on FMLA Compliance: Techniques to Tackle Your Agency’s Top Trouble Areas
With today’s varied federal work environment, employees’ accommodation requests are getting more complex. Breaking down complex leave situations into practical compliance steps is what makes FMLA expert Barbara Haga one of the federal community’s most popular trainers.
Douglas Factors Worksheets Dos & Don’ts to Support Your Agency’s Discipline Cases Pregnant and Nursing Employees: Meeting Agencies’ New Accommodation and Anti-Discrimination Requirements
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Douglas Factors Worksheets Dos & Don’ts to Support Your Agency’s Discipline Cases Pregnant and Nursing Employees: Meeting Agencies’ New Accommodation and Anti-Discrimination Requirements
MSPB administrative judges closely scrutinize Douglas factors worksheets — and just one small error or inconsistency can torpedo your agency’s discipline case before it even begins. Along with the Pregnancy Discrimination Act, your agency has two other laws to follow regarding pregnant and nursing employees that bring a slew of additional requirements.
New MSPB’s Hidden Gems: Best Practices & Pitfalls From Non-Precedential Decisions From Accommodation to Inclusion: Legal Issues of Managing Federal Employees With Mental Disabilities
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New MSPB’s Hidden Gems: Best Practices & Pitfalls From Non-Precedential Decisions From Accommodation to Inclusion: Legal Issues of Managing Federal Employees With Mental Disabilities
Even though the MSPB’s non-precedential decisions are not controlling case law, they contain a lot of valuable teaching points and signal how the board will likely rule in the future. Properly handling issues related to employees’ mental disabilities is a perennial challenge for agencies.
Properly Framing Charges Under the New MSPB Drafting Defensible Proposal and Decision Letters: Dos and Don’ts Under the New MSPB
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Properly Framing Charges Under the New MSPB Drafting Defensible Proposal and Decision Letters: Dos and Don’ts Under the New MSPB
It's very difficult to correct charge framing mistakes after the fact, so getting the charges right is the first step to making an adverse action hold up on appeal. Proposal and decision letters have always been ripe with pitfalls and potential due process violations. And because the MSPB isn’t as “employee friendly” as many predicted, it’s critical to understand the Board’s thinking.
Getting Reasonable Accommodation of Disabilities Right for Federal Remote, In-Person and Hybrid Work Adverse Actions for Poor Performance: Choosing Your Agency’s Best Path
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Getting Reasonable Accommodation of Disabilities Right for Federal Remote, In-Person and Hybrid Work Adverse Actions for Poor Performance: Choosing Your Agency’s Best Path
With high numbers of federal employees seeking reasonable accommodation for today’s varied work environments and the EEOC’s increasing findings of disability discrimination based on agency missteps, get essential training to ensure your agency’s processing of reasonable accommodation requests is timely and compliant with EEOC case law. When taking a performance-based action under Chapter 43, you must provide an opportunity for the employee to improve. Under Chapter 75 you can expedite the discipline, but a higher standard of proof applies.
Religious Accommodation in the Federal Workplace: Answering Your Agency’s Tough Questions Your Agency’s DEIA Strategic Plan: Addressing Trouble Spots for Continuous Program Improvement
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Religious Accommodation in the Federal Workplace: Answering Your Agency’s Tough Questions Your Agency’s DEIA Strategic Plan: Addressing Trouble Spots for Continuous Program Improvement
Religious accommodations are some of the most complex, and potentially sensitive, situations that federal practitioners have to address. Now that your agency’s initial Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, & Accessibility Strategic Plan has been submitted, you have to assess its progress and make needed changes for the next plan due in March 2023.
Excessive Absences in Today's Federal Workforce: Tips for Preparing Cases Precedential Decisions Under the New MSPB: Changing Your Agency’s Douglas Factors Analysis
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Excessive Absences in Today's Federal Workforce: Tips for Preparing Cases Precedential Decisions Under the New MSPB: Changing Your Agency’s Douglas Factors Analysis
When employees abuse leave, your agency can – and should – address the situation swiftly. In June 2022, the newly reconstituted MSPB overruled over a decade’s worth of cases on how the Douglas factor involving comparator employees has been interpreted.
Navigating the Probationary Period for Long-Term Employee and Agency Success From the Bench: Tips for Preparing and Trying Cases at the MSPB
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Navigating the Probationary Period for Long-Term Employee and Agency Success From the Bench: Tips for Preparing and Trying Cases at the MSPB
Probationary employees are still applicants for the position, and it's up to the agency to take advantage of the probationary period to determine whether the individual is a good fit. When it comes to succeeding at the MSPB trial level, the effort that HR staff and agency attorneys put into preparing the case usually makes the difference between winning and losing.
   
 
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