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November

Blog Posts in November, 2017

  • What You Should & Shouldn't See on a Performance Improvement Plan

    Federal places of employments, such as agencies and political offices, typically set strict standards and expectations for employees. Any consistent or egregious deviation from the expectations could lead to a supervisor or superior calling for a Performance Improvement Plan ( PIP ). The purpose of a PIP is allowing an employee to fix behavioral problems without being immediately and harshly ...
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  • Under What Circumstances Would I File a Complaint with the OSC?

    Federal employees encountering questionable behavior and actions on part of their superiors and supervisors, and even their coworkers, can often wonder how to set things right. Many know that the Office of Special Counsel ( OSC ) exists to hear and judge complaints of wrongdoing, violations, and prohibited personnel practices (PPP). But many also do not know when the OSC can be called upon for ...
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