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Managers, Directors And SES Employees Charged With Performance Or Disciplinary Issues

Protecting Yourself When You Are Facing Performance Issues Or Disciplinary Actions

In the majority of cases, managers, directors and members of Senior Executive Services (SES) will be the people involved in taking action against another employee. However, if you are in one of these positions and you find the action is against you, it is in your best interests to contact a lawyer.

As someone who may have been through this process from the other side, you know that regardless of rank, the repercussions, penalties and consequences are exactly the same for you as they are for your employees. The protections are also the same, which means you have rights, which you should enforce.

At The Devadoss Law Firm, P.L.L.C., we handle cases for employees in every agency, at every level of government, anywhere in the United States. Bobby Devadoss was formerly an attorney for the Federal Labor Relations Authority (FLRA), and he worked for the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). He understands the disciplinary side of the federal employment system, and he has the experience to protect your rights and your job.

We represent federal employees in negotiations, hearings and appeals regarding issues with:

Professional Representation For Federal Executive Positions

We understand how hard you have worked to get where you are and what that means to you and your family in terms of your pay, your benefits and your retirement. Any issues that may affect these things can have a serious impact on your career path and on your life.

Remember, the same organizations that evaluate your subordinates in these situations will be evaluating you. You owe it to yourself to contact our firm immediately if you believe things are turning against you. Agencies are required to act in their own best interests, not in yours.

To learn more about how we can help you, call us at or contact us online to schedule your free consultation.