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Douglas Dos and Don'ts: Using MSPB Case Law to Determine the Right Penalty Documenting Federal Employee Performance & Behavior -- The First Step In Accountability
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Douglas Dos and Don'ts: Using MSPB Case Law to Determine the Right Penalty Documenting Federal Employee Performance & Behavior -- The First Step In Accountability
The Douglas Factors are often misused and misunderstood, resulting in reversal or mitigation. Properly documenting an employee’s poor performance or questionable behavior so that you can hold employees accountable presents a win/win for your agency.
Power Struggles and Toxic Behavior in Your Agency -- High-Conflict Employees Can Be Managed FLSA and the Federal Workplace: Applying the Law, Reducing Liability
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Power Struggles and Toxic Behavior in Your Agency -- High-Conflict Employees Can Be Managed FLSA and the Federal Workplace: Applying the Law, Reducing Liability
Who hasn’t struggled to communicate with a high-conflict employee? Just one Fair Labor Standards Act claim can quickly result in multi-million dollar liability for your agency.
Succeeding in Federal-Sector Arbitration: Guidance from Broida and Vitaro When the Whistle Blows: New Protections, Procedural Changes Under WPEA
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Succeeding in Federal-Sector Arbitration: Guidance from Broida and Vitaro When the Whistle Blows: New Protections, Procedural Changes Under WPEA
Without a detailed knowledge of how the arbitration process works, any participant will be hard-pressed to gain a positive result. Having taken effect in December, the Whistleblower Protection Enhancement Act gives whistleblowing federal employees more protections than ever before ... and agencies are expecting an onslaught of cases.
Telework and Alternative Work Schedules as Reasonable Accommodations: Managing the Process for Federal Employees
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Telework and Alternative Work Schedules as Reasonable Accommodations: Managing the Process for Federal Employees
With the EEOC and OPM both pushing to increase the use of telecommuting and alternative work schedules, your agency not only needs to know when these accommodations are appropriate, but also how to ensure that employees remain productive and efficient.
   
 
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