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  • What to Do: Wrongful Termination as a Federal Employee
    What to Do: Wrongful Termination as a Federal Employee

    Federal agency employers can fire federal employees for several reasons, but that doesn’t mean feds are simply out of luck. Thankfully, federal work laws protect federal workers in scenarios where ...

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  • Can My Employer Retaliate if I File a Whistleblower Claim?
    Can My Employer Retaliate if I File a Whistleblower Claim?

    It is illegal for an employer to fire you just because you try to enforce your legal rights. Federal law also prevents your employer from firing or harassing you for reporting an illegal violation you ...

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  • Whistleblowing As a Federal Employee
    Whistleblowing As a Federal Employee

    Here is a critical question: who keeps our government accountable for its actions, especially when these actions are done in secret? Well, if you’re a federal employee who works on government ...

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  • Fundamental Rights of Federal Employees
    Fundamental Rights of Federal Employees

    State employees are protected by state laws, but what about federal employees? Well, federal employees are protected by federal labor laws that grant workers their fundamental rights. In this blog ...

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  • Common Signs of Age Discrimination in the Workplace
    Common Signs of Age Discrimination in the Workplace

    Although it is illegal for employers to discriminate against employees because of their age, this form of discrimination, unfortunately, is a serious issue in workplaces throughout the country. Often, ...

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  • Findings of the EEOC 2018 Workplace Discrimination Report
    Findings of the EEOC 2018 Workplace Discrimination Report

    The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission ( EEOC ) is at the forefront of protecting American workers from employment discrimination. Each year, the EEOC receives thousands of complaints from ...

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