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March 2014 Archives

Yes, that would be sexual harassment

A case this week that was notable did not involved a federal employee or any administrative ruling by the Merit Systems Protection Board, but we thought it notable in how clearly it highlights some of the common problems that give rise to sexual harassment claims in the employment context.

MSPB struggles to cope with furlough appeals

The Merit Systems Protection Board (MSPB) has released its strategic plan for the next few fiscal years and it outlines some of the challenges facing the agency. Perhaps the largest and most critical has been dealing with the fallout from budget sequestration and furloughs of last year.

MSPB orders reinstatement and back pay of GSA official

The General Services Administration (GSA) Western Regions Conference scandal was a political embarrassment for the agency. It led to high-level resignations and a political uproar from members of Congress decrying the profligate spending that the agency engaged in when setting up a conference in Las Vegas.

Supervisor's management error triggers retaliation

Retaliation cases are often complex because of the inherent contradiction of the situation, where an employee is punished ostensibly for some legitimate disciplinary reason, but in fact, is being punished because a supervisor or manager, in essence, decides to "get even" with the employee, often for entirely personal reasons.

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