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The author says that it is a false notion to assume that there is a “best qualified” person for a job, but rather, there is likely a list of equally well qualified individuals for a job and that “best qualified” is a matter subject to opinion. How then, does a person manage to win an EEO complaint regarding non-selection?
The Supreme Court has broadened the circumstances under which agency can be sued under the Federal Tort Claims Act for so-called “intentional torts” committed by federal law enforcement officers, making those officers less likely to face suits against them in their personal capacity
Will a person’s behavior change when getting a written reprimand? The goal should be to change the undesirable behavior. The author analyzes the disciplinary process and offers suggestions for those who may be involved in a disciplinary situation.
Readers who identify themselves as “Black” essentially agree with the EEOC that they have a tougher time in the federal government than many other employees. Answers from others are diametrically opposed when responding to the same questions.