We’ll soon have a new administration in the White House. While the current law requires Federal agency heads to prevent prohibited personnel practices, depending on what happens in Congress we might start seeing some drastic changes in the civil service as a result, beginning as soon as 2017.
Join FELTG Executive Director and attorney at law Deborah Hopkins on November 17 as she discusses the unique balance needed between HR, supervisors, and unions when dealing with Prohibited Personnel Practices. This won’t be a political discussion, but will rather be a recap of the merit principles that are the foundation of our system, juxtaposed with a conversation about how they might change in the future, in areas including:
- Unacceptable performance accountability
- Employment discrimination
- The No FEAR Act and possible changes in whistleblower protections
- Training opportunities for federal employees
- The impact of favoritism and political influence in the new administration
We don’t yet know who our new President will be – but we do know that no matter who is elected, big changes will likely result. We hope you’ll join us for this fast-paced discussion on these important topics. Register your site today.
$270 per site