A Postal employee has been arrested on allegations that he claimed to be totally disabled, yet spent five days a week running flea markets.
Legislation has been introduced that would give federal employees the option of buying short-term disability insurance.
Posting vacation photos on Facebook was instrumental in an indictment of a Postal worker collecting payments for his medical disability.
The EEOC is finalizing a rule that will require federal agencies to enact hiring policies that favor individuals with disabilities.
The federal government held a special event to celebrate a new milestone: it has achieved President Obama’s goal of hiring 100,000 disabled federal employees.
If you are a federal employee who is facing an injury or illness that prevents you from working, you can apply for federal disability retirement benefits. But there are mistakes that could end up costing you the right to collect monthly benefits payments. Here are some common ones to make sure you avoid.
The Office of Personnel Management announced in a recent report that hiring of federal workers with disabilities by the government is at a 20 year high.
Conducting a successful training, conference, or group session within the federal government is a privilege that requires work to ensure that you are well-prepared, well- organized, and well-informed. Ensuring the accessibility of your venue, your materials, and your discussion will guarantee that access is granted to everyone who attends your session.
It is important that job seekers with disabilities take advantage of the opportunities offered them to secure a coveted federal government job. To make your job search easier, and to get your foot into the right door, follow these three simple tips.