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Insubordination in the Federal Workplace: What It Is, Why It Happens, How to Respond
Insubordination in the Federal Workplace: What It Is, Why It Happens, How to Respond
 
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One act of insubordination can negatively impact the productivity and morale of your entire staff. Find out what qualifies as insubordination -- and what you can do about it -- directly from noted authority Marilyn Mattingly. She dissects dozens of MSPB decisions to show you which agency disciplinary approaches to insubordination have worked -- and which failed under third-party review.

From the moment an employee doesn’t respond to an order, to legitimate reasons for disobeying, you learn when -- and when not -- to discipline an employee. Plus, you get guidance on:

  • What to do if you cannot prove that refusal to obey an order was intentional
  • Whether you can discipline an employee for initially refusing an order even if they subsequently obey it
  • When not to use the words “insubordinate” or “insubordination” in a charge
  • Alternate charges that may hold up better than insubordination in certain situations
  • And more!

(2011. Pamphlet. 42 pp. Product Code: 4270)