Federal employees who refuse COVID testing under recently issued policies could be subject to disciplinary action.
What are federal employees’ options for contesting major disciplinary actions?
In what situations is the disciplinary process the best route to take for employees who aren’t performing?
Mediating grievances can save time, money and resolve problems. Why is it not done more often?
The author presents readers with a hypothetical scenario involving two employees to present an important supervisory lesson.
The author weighs the arguments on both sides of the debate over whether it should be easier to fire federal employees.