September 2022 Federal Employment Law Training Group Newsletter

If I Had a Bucket List, This Ride Would Be on It

Last month I had the pleasure of taking a bicycle trip through several national parks and forests in the U.S. and Canada, including Glacier National Park. As part of the itinerary, I rode from West Glacier up the Going to the Sun Road, which is consistently rated one of the top road bike rides in the country. The climb wasn’t easy but the payoff at Logan Pass was worth it – and the downhill was a dream! (The bear sightings weren’t too shabby either.)

I hope you were able to get a break over the summer, as well. Now, it’s the final push to the end of the fiscal year, and time to start planning for FY 2023. At FELTG we are always here to help, so if there are any training areas you need us to cover or if you have ideas for future sessions you’d like us to consider, send an email to [email protected], and we’ll be happy to take a look.

In this month’s newsletter, we discuss AWOL employees, disability harassment, the importance of jurisdiction, medical confidentiality, and much more.

Take care,


Deborah J. Hopkins, FELTG President

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