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Adverse actions and performance-based actions; process, law and cases, guidance, and pitfalls.

9781934651506

Adverse actions and performance-based actions; process, law and cases, guidance, and pitfalls.

Fowler, Renn C. and Samuel A. Vitaro.

Dewey Publications

2011

209 pages

$160.00

KF5338

This volume on legal procedures relating to federal civil service employment provides an in-depth analysis of processes for adverse action and performance based actions in disciplinary proceedings for employees. Beginning with a discussion of the Civil Service Reform Act of 1978, the work covers topics such as statutory and regulatory requirements for adverse action proceedings, agency administrative processes, performance based actions, and performance based administrative policies. Additional sections provide two sample opportunity notices and sample proposal and decision notices. Practice tips are included throughout the work. Fowler is federal labor law attorney and Vitaro is a labor arbitrator and mediator.

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