December 2023 Federal Employment Law Training Group Newsletter

Please Enjoy Our Holiday Edition

It’s hard to believe we’re just a few short weeks away from the end of the year – and what a year it’s been. We have been busy with virtual training, but also back on the road quite a bit. Some of my favorite onsite trainings have been in locations including Yellowstone, Monterey, Coeur d’Alene (pictured here), Anchorage, and Walla Walla, just to name a few.

We already have a lot on the calendar in 2024, so check it out. Or, if you’d like one of our instructors to come to you, we can send you details on how to make that happen. Email us at [email protected]. Thanks for being such wonderful Federal employees, FELTG readers. We wouldn’t be here without you.

For this last full newsletter of 2023, we are embracing a holiday theme with articles on bad behavior at parties, allegations of holiday decorations being discriminatory, gift-giving ethics, and settling grievances, along with a letter to Santa.

Have a happy holiday season,

Deborah J. Hopkins, FELTG President

The Good News: A Letter to Santa 2023

By Ann Boehm, December 4, 2023 Dear Santa: I hope you’ve had a wonderful 2023. Are the elves pushing for a hybrid environment? I hope the reindeer are not working remotely! Especially not on December 24, because that would be a real problem! My year has gone well. I...

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Spread Cheer Wisely and Avoid Discrimination by Decoration

By Frank Ferreri, December 4, 2023 It's that time of year again. Office workers across the world, including the Federal government, will soon bring merriment to their cubicles, quads, and corridors with lights, snowpersons, trees, and other indicia of “the season.”...

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