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How the New MSPB Is Reshaping Discipline in the Federal Workplace
How the New MSPB Is Reshaping Discipline in the Federal Workplace
 
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Presented by Robert Erbe

It is difficult, if not impossible, to keep up with all the latest developments and changes in the law. How the MSPB rules on cases shapes how agencies should handle employee discipline. And over the last year, the reconstituted Board has added to the difficulty by issuing decisions that break the mold and have reshaped the disciplinary process.

Avoid your actions being reversed by understanding the new MSPB's stance on discipline.

Robert Erbe, who has more than a decade of experience practicing federal sector labor and employment law, will break down how the new MSPB has been ruling on discipline-related cases and show you how failure to keep up with their decisions can result in your actions being sustained or reversed. He explains the Board's views on how an agency charges an employee with misconduct, plus its position on discipline and restoration rights under the Federal Employee Compensation Act.

You get answers to questions including:

  • When can an agency issue an indefinite suspension?
  • How does the way an agency conducts an investigation impact a lack of candor charge?
  • What is the new Board's take on consistency of penalty?
  • What has the new Board said about the "nexus" requirement?
  • And more!

(2011. CD. 90 min. Product Code: 4900.041311)


(Printed materials included. CDs must be prepaid. No returns on CDs.)