This is a basic overview of how federal employees can respond to a notice of disciplinary action.
Disciplining employees is often not something supervisors like to do, but it is important to have a fair and appropriate discipline process in the workplace.
Cases based on unacceptable performance are challenging and relatively rare. They are becoming even more difficult.
Is there any one “right way” to counsel a misbehaving employee? These are some techniques to help managers with counseling meetings.
The disciplinary process in federal human resources is often long and complex. A recent case took a simpler approach.
Conducting interviews with employees is often part of a job role. These are some guidelines for conducting good interviews.
OPM has issued guidance on when and how agencies should discipline federal employees who refuse to get vaccinated.
New guidance on COVID safety protocols for federal employees contains a warning for anyone who might be tempted to lie about his or her vaccination status.
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?