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December 2015 Archives

You wouldn't think MSPB would have to taste its own medicine, but

Federal agencies are supposed to take seriously the job of protecting workers who strive to make things better by blowing the whistle on suspected wrongdoing. If a government employee in Texas or anywhere else takes the time and effort to reveal some shortcoming in the system, his or her managers are not supposed to retaliate against them by some sort of negative job action.

Does alleged health fraud case pose risk to any federal workers?

Termination from a job can happen for all sorts of reasons. Some of them may be justified. But such actions have been known to happen for retaliatory purposes or as the result of an effort by higher ups in an agency to try to fend off possible repercussions from some sort of scandal.

New work leave law for wounded vets has its limits

Congress enacted and President Obama signed the Wounded Warriors Federal Leave Act of 2015 this year. The purpose of the measure is meant to ensure that many new federal government workers who have a service-related disability the time off from their jobs in order to get all the care they need to make as full a recovery as they can.

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