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Douglas Dos and Don'ts: Using MSPB Case Law to Determine the Right Penalty Resolution Achieved: Drafting Enforceable Federal EEO Settlement Agreements
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Douglas Dos and Don'ts: Using MSPB Case Law to Determine the Right Penalty Resolution Achieved: Drafting Enforceable Federal EEO Settlement Agreements
The Douglas Factors are often misused and misunderstood, resulting in reversal or mitigation. Improve your ability to write successful EEO settlement agreements when you attend this 90-minute intensive webinar presented by Roslyn Brown, a former federal EEO director with over 30 years of experience.
Termination During Probation: Avoiding Due Process Violations in Your Agency New OPM Regulations on Administrative Leave Policies: What You Need to Know and Do Now!
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Termination During Probation: Avoiding Due Process Violations in Your Agency New OPM Regulations on Administrative Leave Policies: What You Need to Know and Do Now!
Failure to take proper action, at the proper time, could mean years of headaches for your agency — not to mention a significant amount of back pay and attorney’s fees. Avoid it all with guidance from attorney Robert Erbe, an expert in MSPB practice and procedure. Federal agencies have new requirements under the Administrative Leave Act of 2016 which means they will need to evaluate and revise current policies to be in compliance.
What You Can and Should Do About Sick Leave Abuse in Your Agency When the Whistle Blows in Your Agency: What You Need to Know About WPEA
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What You Can and Should Do About Sick Leave Abuse in Your Agency When the Whistle Blows in Your Agency: What You Need to Know About WPEA
Employees have the right to use sick leave, but when does it cross the line into being excessive? The number of whistleblower cases continues to rise, and fewer reprisal cases are being dismissed.
Successfully Navigating Performance and Conduct Issues Under the Rehabilitation Act Power Struggles and Toxic Behavior in Your Agency -- High-Conflict Employees Can Be Managed
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Successfully Navigating Performance and Conduct Issues Under the Rehabilitation Act Power Struggles and Toxic Behavior in Your Agency -- High-Conflict Employees Can Be Managed
Employees with disabilities should be held to the same standard of performance and conduct as all your other agency employees. Who hasn’t struggled to communicate with a high-conflict employee?
Excessive Leave in Your Agency: Identify the Cases, Build a Framework, Take the Right Action Make the Right Call: Leave and Telework as Reasonable Accommodations for Federal Employees
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Excessive Leave in Your Agency: Identify the Cases, Build a Framework, Take the Right Action Make the Right Call: Leave and Telework as Reasonable Accommodations for Federal Employees
Some of the most complex employee situations you will face are caused by significant absences and medical problems. Let’s face it. Leave and telework accommodation requests are not going to go away. In fact they are on the rise.
Employee Engagement With Accountability: Improving Your Agency's FEVS Scores Beyond Douglas: Penalty Determinations Done Right
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Employee Engagement With Accountability: Improving Your Agency's FEVS Scores Beyond Douglas: Penalty Determinations Done Right
The Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey is being used by OPM to measure employee engagement, and that means the pressure is on you to improve your agency’s FEVS scores. When determining a penalty it’s important to take the Douglas factors into consideration, but your decisions must extend beyond them as well.
Proving Integrity-Related Misconduct Offenses in Your Agency - How Do You Do It and What Is Required? Federal Employees with Psychiatric Disabilities: Staying EEO Compliant
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Proving Integrity-Related Misconduct Offenses in Your Agency - How Do You Do It and What Is Required? Federal Employees with Psychiatric Disabilities: Staying EEO Compliant
Falsification, lack of candor, conversion and other integrity-related offenses can result in significant penalties, including lengthy suspension or removal from federal service. According to the US Department of Labor, it is likely that most employers – including your agency – have at least one employee with a psychiatric disability.
Rehab or Removal? Considering Douglas Factor 10 in Disciplinary Cases Beyond the Basics: Reasonable Accommodation Guidance for Federal Agencies' Real-Life Challenges
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Rehab or Removal?  Considering <i>Douglas</i> Factor 10 in Disciplinary Cases Beyond the Basics: Reasonable Accommodation Guidance for Federal Agencies' Real-Life Challenges
Get expert guidance on how to balance the gravity of the offense and the potential for employee rehabilitation when applying Douglas Factor 10 to your disciplinary cases. Because each accommodation request must be evaluated on an individual basis, it often raises questions that are not easily answered.
EEO Case Law Update: What Your Agency Needs to Know and Why Medical Inability to Perform: Using the Charge to Remove a Federal Employee
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EEO Case Law Update: What Your Agency Needs to Know and Why Medical Inability to Perform: Using the Charge to Remove a Federal Employee
EEO case law is constantly evolving, with a continuous flow of EEOC and court decisions being issued. When an employee’s medical condition renders him unable to work a normal schedule or perform his assigned duties, it impacts your entire workforce — with lower productivity and morale as just two potential problems.
What to Do About EEO Retaliation in Your Agency Avoidable Mistakes That Destroy Your Agency's Adverse Actions
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What to Do About EEO Retaliation in Your Agency Avoidable Mistakes That Destroy Your Agency's Adverse Actions
Across the board, federal agencies are dealing with increasing reprisal claims and a decreasing number of resources to address them. 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.
   
 
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