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Addressing Performance and Conduct of Federal Employees With Disabilities: From-the-Trenches Strategies Douglas Dos and Don'ts: Using MSPB Case Law to Determine the Right Penalty
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Addressing Performance and Conduct of Federal Employees With Disabilities: From-the-Trenches Strategies Douglas Dos and Don'ts: Using MSPB Case Law to Determine the Right Penalty
If you're confused about how to address performance and conduct problems for employees with disabilities, you aren't alone. The Douglas Factors are often misused and misunderstood, resulting in reversal or mitigation.
Resolution Achieved: Drafting Enforceable Federal EEO Settlement Agreements What You Can and Should Do About Sick Leave Abuse in Your Agency
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Resolution Achieved: Drafting Enforceable Federal EEO Settlement Agreements What You Can and Should Do About Sick Leave Abuse in Your Agency
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. Employees have the right to use sick leave, but when does it cross the line into being excessive?
When the Whistle Blows in Your Agency: What You Need to Know About WPEA Dismissing Federal EEO Complaints Without Fear of Reversal
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When the Whistle Blows in Your Agency: What You Need to Know About WPEA Dismissing Federal EEO Complaints Without Fear of Reversal
The number of whistleblower cases continues to rise, and fewer reprisal cases are being dismissed. 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.
Beyond the Obvious: Accommodating Federal Employees With Hidden Disabilities Make Your Penalty Stand: Don't Omit the Douglas Mitigating Factors
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Beyond the Obvious: Accommodating Federal Employees With Hidden Disabilities Make Your Penalty Stand: Don't Omit the Douglas Mitigating Factors
In 90 minutes they'll give you the practical guidance and accommodation strategies you need to make sound decisions involving employees with hidden disabilities. Time and time again deciding officials use the Douglas factors as a way to justify a penalty that has already been determined and only focus on the aggravating factors which consequently has their decision being overturned by MSPB.
Everyday FMLA: Ensuring Compliance in Your Agency When Federal Employees Aren't "On Board": Tried and True Off-Boarding Strategies
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Everyday FMLA: Ensuring Compliance in Your Agency When Federal Employees Aren't "On Board": Tried and True Off-Boarding Strategies
It's been the law of the land since 1994, but the Family and Medical Leave Act is still causing confusion. Problem employees are a drain on productivity and a distraction for the entire workplace, but termination isn't easy ... or pleasant.
Evolving EEO Law: Decisions Agencies Need to Know Alternative Discipline in the Federal Workplace: Crafting Solutions That Work
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Evolving EEO Law: Decisions Agencies Need to Know Alternative Discipline in the Federal Workplace: Crafting Solutions That Work
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. Alternative discipline does more than give you another way to resolve tough employee situations ... it can also minimize workplace disruption, cut the time you spend defending disciplinary actions and limit the risk of third-party litigation.
Reasonable Accommodation: Practical Guidance to Minimize Agency Liability When Federal Employees Abuse Technology: From Policy to Discipline
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Reasonable Accommodation: Practical Guidance to Minimize Agency Liability When Federal Employees Abuse Technology: From Policy to Discipline
Insights from a successful disability-law attorney who usually sits on the other side! Computer misuse has been a steady disciplinary challenge for years.
What, When and How to Document Poor Performance and Misconduct in the Federal Workplace How the New MSPB Is Reshaping Discipline in the Federal Workplace
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What, When and How to Document Poor Performance and Misconduct in the Federal Workplace How the New MSPB Is Reshaping Discipline in the Federal Workplace
FIRST SENTENCE It is difficult, if not impossible, to keep up with all the latest developments and changes in the law.
Making the Interactive Process Work: Reasonable Accommodation Guidance for the Federal Practitioner When Misconduct or Poor Performance Go Too Far: The Steps to Removing a Federal Employee
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Making the Interactive Process Work: Reasonable Accommodation Guidance for the Federal Practitioner When Misconduct or Poor Performance Go Too Far: The Steps to Removing a Federal Employee
Reasonable accommodation is the new focus in disability law, and agencies will have to spend more time dealing with it day to day. Federal employees have significant procedural rights when it comes to discipline and termination.
Alleged Misconduct: Performing Fair, Defensible Investigations in the Federal Workplace The Seven Theories of Disability Discrimination: Recognize and Address Any Rehabilitation Act Claim
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Alleged Misconduct: Performing Fair, Defensible Investigations in the Federal Workplace The Seven Theories of Disability Discrimination: Recognize and Address Any Rehabilitation Act Claim
Investigating alleged employee misconduct offers countless opportunities for missteps. Finally, one training that gives you the complete picture of all types of claims that can arise under the Rehabilitation Act, including two areas often left uncovered: associational discrimination and disability-based harassment.
   
 
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