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Medical Inability to Perform: Using the Charge to Remove a Federal Employee
Medical Inability to Perform: Using the Charge to Remove a Federal Employee
 
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Presented by Mark Maxin

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. But you do have recourse.

Find out the when, why and how of applying the medical inability to perform charge in a way that will be sustained. Experienced federal employment law attorney Mark Maxin will take you through the process from start to finish, beginning with all the considerations necessary before you move for removal and explaining the criteria necessary for successful charges.

Plus, through valuable lessons from MSPB and EEOC decisions, Mr. Maxin will detail the proper ways to:

  • Pinpoint the essential functions of a position
  • Consider evidence that an employee has recovered from the condition
  • Determine whether to consider a reasonable accommodation or reassignment
  • Identify an “observed deficiency”
  • And more!

(2015. CD. 90 min. Product Code: 4900.111715A)


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