Save Time with Summary Judgment

By Michael Rhoads, February 15, 2022 Let’s say your agency receives an EEO complaint and follows the EEO complaint process.  You’ve investigated the allegations and issued the complainant the report of investigation. The complainant requests an EEOC hearing. At this...

If the EEOC Orders Training, Who Ya Gonna Call?

By Michael Rhoads, January 11, 2022 No one is perfect, and mistakes are bound to happen over the course of a career.  So, what happens when a manager is found to have made a mistake related to an EEO complaint?  Occasionally, the EEOC will order training for the...

COVID Retaliation: What You Need to Know

By Michael Rhoads, December 7, 2021 Last month, the EEOC updated its guidance on What You Should Know About COVID-19 and the ADA, the Rehabilitation Act, and Other EEO Laws under Section M. Retaliation and Interference. The anti-retaliation protections outlined in the...

What are Management Rights?

By Michael Rhoads, November 16, 2021 If your agency’s union hasn’t already started the process of renegotiating your collective bargaining agreement, then now is the time to consider what your strategy will be when the union does come calling. When it comes to...

5 Suggestions for Hiring the Right Person

By Dan Gephart, October 20, 2021 Here at FELTG, we often get inquiries from HR professionals and supervisors wondering what they can do about their poor-performing and/or misbehaving employees. By the time someone seeks our guidance, the employee has already created...

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