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  • Do I Need a Title 38 Lawyer?
    Do I Need a Title 38 Lawyer?

    Are you a medical professional who works at a federal agency like the Veterans Health Administration or the National Institute of Health? Were you appointed to your job under Title 38 of the United ...

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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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  • What to Know About Federal Disability Retirement
    What to Know About Federal Disability Retirement

    Federal Employment Advantages Federal Disability Retirement is a benefit advantage that many federal employees do not consider at the time of hiring. One of the greatest advantages of the FERS system ...

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  • Pregnancy Discrimination at 40 Steak & Seafood
    Pregnancy Discrimination at 40 Steak & Seafood

    Recent EEOC Case Regarding Pregnancy Discrimination In a press release issued this week, a case was filed through the EEOC against 40 Steak & Seafood for pregnancy discrimination. A server at the ...

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  • What to Do If Hostile Working Conditions Affect Your Mental Health
    What to Do If Hostile Working Conditions Affect Your Mental Health

    While many people often think of on-the-job injuries as physical (i.e. back injuries, repetitive stress injuries, broken bones, etc.), psychological injuries can be just as devastating. Some jobs are ...

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