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  • Gender Stereotyping Case Makes its Way to the Supreme Court
    Gender Stereotyping Case Makes its Way to the Supreme Court

    In 1989, the Supreme Court reached a decision in Price Waterhouse v. Hopkins , which established that employees are protected under Title VII from being discriminated against based on their sex. ...

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  • How to Properly Fire Federal Employees for Bad Performance
    How to Properly Fire Federal Employees for Bad Performance

    At John P. Mahoney, Esq., Attorney at Law, we are committed to helping federal employees who have been wrongly demoted or removed from their positions for unacceptable performance. We understand that ...

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  • How Do I File an OSC Compliant?
    How Do I File an OSC Compliant?

    At John P. Mahoney, Esq., Attorney at Law , we are committed to helping federal employees file complaints against their employers with the Office of Special Counsel (OSC). We are familiar with the ...

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  • Hostile Work Environment Harassment: What is it and What are My Options?
    Hostile Work Environment Harassment: What is it and What are My Options?

    What is a Hostile Work Environment? A hostile work environment has everything to do with harassment and discrimination laws. Although many federal jobs can be difficult or physically demanding, that ...

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  • How Do I File an EEOC Complaint?
    How Do I File an EEOC Complaint?

    Are you a federal employee who has experienced discrimination or harassment at work? If so, you need to file a formal complaint with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) as soon as ...

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  • Q & A: Marijuana Use & Federal Employment
    Q & A: Marijuana Use & Federal Employment

    With so many states legalizing medical and recreational marijuana, many federal employees are wondering if these laws impact their employment agreements and employment eligibility. We answer some of ...

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