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It's unwise to judge the Supreme Court by its apparent cover

Headlines of newspapers were ablaze last week with speculation about how the scales of justice at the Supreme Court seem to be tipping in a way that could hurt government employee unions. No matter what outlet you turned to, the line seemed the same -- Skeptical Supreme Court justices seem poised to hand public employee unions a major loss.

How does the MSPB system work?

Workers in the United States have certain rights against adverse employer actions. Unfortunately, a great majority of people aren't fully aware of what those rights are or what can be done in response to apparent adverse job actions. Nor does it matter whether the person is employed in the private sector or is a federal worker.

An employee’s rights under the FMLA

Anyone who has welcomed a new child or has taken care of a relative with health problems knows that sometimes work has to take a backseat to family. Congress also recognized this and passed the Family and Medical Leave Act, also known as the FMLA, more than two decades ago.

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