These are two crucial lessons about reasonable accommodation from an influential court case.
A Court of Appeals has overturned an FLRA decision. The court decision was written by Ketanji Brown Jackson, potential Supreme Court nominee.
Now that a court has suspended enforcement of the vaccine mandate, what does this mean for federal employees?
A Court of Appeals has overturned a policy statement from the FLRA on the role of a zipper clause in federal labor relations.
A Texas court has issued an injunction blocking enforcement of the federal employee vaccine mandate.
A passport specialist removed in part for performance issues argues it was harmful error not to consider his latest performance appraisal in deciding his appeal.
The USPS will not be required by law to mandate the COVID vaccines for its employees as a result of a Supreme Court ruling.
A federal employee asked MSPB to review her whistleblowing complaint, but when MSPB found it had no jurisdiction, she took her case to the appeals court.
An IRS employee went to court arguing against mandatory covid vaccination. The Court left open another opportunity for a future case.
A Navy psychologist was removed from his position after sending an email to his entire chain of command criticizing a decision made by his Commanding Officer.