Cases based on unacceptable performance are challenging and relatively rare. They are becoming even more difficult.
Submitting claims for unauthorized travel expenses while on extended TDY led to removal of a Supervisory Border Patrol Agent.
A VA housekeeping supervisor was removed for comments he made in a team meeting with his employees about issues involving COVID.
A quorum has finally returned to the MSPB. What does this mean for federal employees who have pending cases?
The Senate has confirmed two Members for the MSPB. This means the agency will be able to start issuing decisions on the huge backlog of cases.
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 ICE investigator had to meet a new fitness requirement to keep his job with the agency. He failed the running portion of the test and was fired.
A quorum may soon be restored at MSPB. How long will it take to clear the case backlog and what should federal employees with pending cases do?
President Biden has named a second nominee for the MSPB Board of Directors which could restore a quorum at the agency to break the case backlog.
A recent appeals court decision has favorable implications for federal employee whistleblowers.