Tag: Employee Relations
How do you think your agency could improve performance and make government a better place to work? Here is your choice to submit your opinion.
As a federal civilian employee, you enjoy various rights, protections and avenues of due process. The author says there is no better time to exercise these rights and protections than when facing a disciplinary matter that could affect, or possibly end, your federal career.
The author says that the workplace has its own “treacherous triangle” that instills distress in managers trying to accomplish a program plan consisting of FMLA, ADA, and FECA. He explains more about what these are and how they interact with each other.
How will federal employees under the FEHB avoid paying an additional penalty to the IRS? Here is a quick summary.
Federal employees have many options when it comes to challenging disciplinary actions, but many times the process can seem like a confusing maze. The author provides some information regarding the rights and legal remedies available to federal civilian employees facing disciplinary action.
The author says that despite strong policy designed to protect the federal employment rights of whistleblowers, federal employees who speak out can still face retaliation on the job. He says its important though for whistleblowers to continue to speak out and have protections for their actions.