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  • U.S. Department of Agriculture Workers Raise Concerns about Relocating the Agency
    U.S. Department of Agriculture Workers Raise Concerns about Relocating the Agency

    On July 15 th , hundreds of federal workers at the U.S. Department of Agriculture had to decide whether they would take an offer to leave DC and report to work in Kansas City on September 30 th or be ...

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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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  • Favoritism and Cronyism in the Workplace
    Favoritism and Cronyism in the Workplace

    Federal Employment and Playing Favorites Favoritism and cronyism are two unfortunate aspects of federal employment that cannot be denied. The saying “It’s not what you know, it’s who you know” appears ...

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  • Federal Employees & Your Right to Privacy
    Federal Employees & Your Right to Privacy

    Was Your Privacy Violated While at Work? As a federal or state employee, your privacy is just as important as with any other career and is protected by the Constitution just as with common workplace ...

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  • What Should I Avoid Talking About at My Federal Workplace?
    What Should I Avoid Talking About at My Federal Workplace?

    Topics of Discussion and Their Legalities Common topics of concern are religion, sexual orientation, wages, or political stance. Each one is unique is its limitations and protection regarding ...

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  • “Me Too” Complaints and the Federal Employment System
    “Me Too” Complaints and the Federal Employment System

    Federal Employment Managers Should Follow Strict Guidelines In the wake of the “Me Too” movement’s initial explosion, employees can only hope that management and employers stop discrimination and ...

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