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  • Unauthorized Use of Government Computers
    Unauthorized Use of Government Computers

    Unauthorized Use of the Internet If your job duties require you to have a computer and access to the internet, chances are you have checked your personal e-mail or Facebook page, used your work e-mail ...

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  • Proposed Removal Charges:  Theft of Government Property
    Proposed Removal Charges: Theft of Government Property

    Theft of Government Property Is it worth losing my job, paying heavy fines and/or going to jail? These are all questions a federal employee should consider before they take government property, ...

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  • Challenging a Performance Improvement Plan
    Challenging a Performance Improvement Plan

    A Not Fully Successful Rating and Performance Improvement Plans Poor performance is a legitimate, non-discriminatory reason for an Agency to propose a reassignment, demotion or removal from federal ...

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  • Did your Federal Agency's Reduction in Force result in a Demotion?
    Did your Federal Agency's Reduction in Force result in a Demotion?

    When can I Challenge a Reduction in Force? In general, reduction in force actions are not appealable to the Merit Systems Protection Board. However, if the reduction in force results in the demotion ...

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  • MSPB  Administrative Judge Commits Harmful Error
    MSPB Administrative Judge Commits Harmful Error

    MSPB Appellant challenges Administrative Judge's Decision Due Process is a fundamental tenet of the legal process and a constitutional right. So what happens when a violation of this right costs a ...

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  • Recent MSPB Decision may cost USPS millions
    Recent MSPB Decision may cost USPS millions

    In a precedent setting decision, the Merit Systems Protection Board gave new hope to federal employees who were wrongfully terminated because they required a modified duty assignment to accommodate a ...

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