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  • Whistleblower Retaliation And How It Affects Who Comes Forward
    Whistleblower Retaliation And How It Affects Who Comes Forward

    As a federal employee, you want to do the best possible job each day and help your agency make a difference in the lives of others. While this is certainly the case most of the time, situations do ...

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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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  • 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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  • Common Signs of Retaliation
    Common Signs of Retaliation

    Signs of Retaliation at Work Employees who file a complaint against an employer because of unethical or unlawful practices they experience or witness on the job may be subject to retaliatory actions. ...

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  • What Facts Do I Need to Know About Whistleblower Cases?
    What Facts Do I Need to Know About Whistleblower Cases?

    If you are aware of someone who has defrauded the government or violated labor laws, you should consider becoming a whistleblower. Becoming a whistle blower is not only the ethical thing to do, but ...

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