An employee being fired for submitting false information apparently sent in more false information when responding to the proposed removal.
This article deals with a 12-step program for a supervisor to help resolve sick leave issues.
Is taking sick leave discretionary? The government’s view is that sick leave applies to a few prescribed situations. What constitutes sick leave abuse and why do people abuse it?
Requiring medical information from a federal employee can be controversial. What can a supervisor do if the information provided is not responsive and how should the information be treated once it is received?
One of the most difficult issues that can arise when managers are dealing with employee problems involves the evidence an employee must provide to justify an absence. Here is advice to help you get through the process.
The laws and regulations covering various medical problems are complex, but understanding them will make your job as a manager easier.
There has been an explosion in the use of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) in the federal sector. Is using ADR always a good idea? What pitfalls should a federal manager be aware of before starting the process? The author provides a succinct list of problems in the ADR process and how to avoid them.
Dealing successfully with impact and implementation bargaining in the federal sector often takes considerable time and effort. The author offers advice on how to successfully get through the bargaining process.
Taking a disciplinary action in the federal human resources system is a two-step process. Here are the requirements that must be met.
What is impact and implementation bargaining? How does it impact federal managers and the ability to make change in an agency?