An OPM report shows that veterans’ rights in the federal hiring process contributed to more veterans being added to the federal workforce.
According to a new Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) report, average amounts awarded in resolution of formal Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) complaints rose by 12.4 percent in the 2010 fiscal year to a net $46.9 million.
Federal agency managers need to be more forthcoming with the information they use in their decisions to fire employees.
A new report shows women have made significant progress over the past two decades in the federal workplace, but obstacles to equality remain.
A recent MSPB decision more clearly defines the disciplinary limitations of OPM.
A recent ruling by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 8th Circuit is providing a reminder to federal employees that protections for religious beliefs do not automatically translate into a right to skip work.
The Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit recently held the Postal Service incorrectly terminated a member of the National Guard under false assumptions in that he abandoned his position.
Amid a dearth of job opportunities in the private sector, a shockingly high number of veterans last year continued to run into problems as they attempted to enter or reenter the federal civil service.
A recent appeals court decision vacated a previous decision dismissing a class action discrimination case against the Federal Reserve Board for failure to exhaust administrative remedies.
A recent decision by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit has clarified and lowered the threshold of what defines “retaliation” in claims of discrimination. The Court of Appeals held that an agencyâ€™s actions can be considered retaliatory if the actions would discourage a reasonable person from making or supporting a discrimination claim.