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Consolidated Federal Sector EEO Update 2004-2022
Consolidated EEO Update 2004-2022
New Release
By: Gilbert & Sumner
Price: $250.00
Sku: 22CEUP
Edition: 13th/2022
ISBN: 978-1-956013-06-1
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Updated annually, this comprehensive text digests notable Commission and federal court employment discrimination decisions from 2003 through early 2022 and reviews EEO laws, regulations, and guidance. Major topics include recent trends in the law; bases of discrimination; attorney fees; class actions; compensatory damages; appellate review; evidence; harassment; hearings; mixed cases; procedures; remedies; reprisal; settlement; and sexual harassment. (more details)





Covid-19 and Federal Sector Labor and Employment Law
Covid-19 and Federal Sector Labor and Employment Law, 2022
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By: Bosland
Price: $225.00
Sku: 22CLEL
Edition: 1st/2022
Availability: COMING SOON (Summer 2022)
Format: Softcover book and/or PDF eBook sent on CD or USB stick

This handbook provides detailed, up-to-date information on the federal government’s legal response to the COVID-19 pandemic and how it relates to the federal workforce. Major topics include Executive Order, guidance, regulations, and statues; remote work; leave; vaccinations and testing requirements and exceptions; reopening and return to work; workplace safety requirements; labor relations; COVID-19’s relationship to other laws; and caselaw developments. (more details)




Federal Employment Litigation Field Book
Federal Employment Litigation Field Book, 2022
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By: Renn C. Fowler and Kevin L. Owen
Price: $225.00
Sku: 22FLFB
Edition: 1st/2022
Availability: COMING SOON (Summer 2022)
Format: Softcover book and/or PDF eBook sent on CD or USB stick

Designed for all who work on conduct and performance issues and those who litigate cases, this book serves as a quick reference to federal employment litigation questions. Answers are provided in an easy to read and thorough manner. Major topics include building the case, the hearing, and EEOC and MSPB litigation. (more details)



Federal Sector Workers' Compensation
Federal Sector Workers' Compensation, 2022
New Release
By: Laws
Price: $275.00
Sku: 22FSWC
Edition: 7th/2022
ISBN: 978-1-956013-12-2
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The new seventh edition offers the most comprehensive reporting and commentary on all aspects of workers’ compensation issues in the federal sector. Major topics include an overview of the FECA, OWCP procedure, hearings, reconsideration, ECAB appeals, fact of injury, performance, causation, emotional conditions, medical evidence, continuation of pay, schedule awards, rehabilitation and reemployment, wage loss compensation, survivors’ benefits, medical benefits, representation and attorney fees, overpayments, third party liability, relationship between FECA and other laws. (more details)



The Complete Federal Supervisor's Guide to Human Resources Management
The Complete Federal Supervisor's Guide to Human Resources Management, 2022
New Release
By: Corum
Price: $160.00
Sku: 22FSHR
Edition: 2nd/2022
ISBN: 978-1-956013-07-8
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This newly updated handbook on managing federal employees covers, from a supervisor's perspective, every important aspect of human resources management from hiring to firing. This book details the rules, strategies, and tactics that federal supervisors need, including hiring the right people, structuring jobs to best motivate them, managing their performance, maintaining discipline, and managing their time. Each chapter concludes with a summary and checklist for dealing with each issue. (more details)




The First Four Weeks
A Guide for the New Federal Supervisor
The First Four Weeks, 2022
New Release
By: Corum
Price: $100.00
Sku: 22FFW
Edition: 3rd/2022
ISBN: 978-1-956013-10-8
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The First Four Weeks guides new managers on how to effectively transition into their new supervisory role and manage federal employees while still achieving their goals during the crucial first few weeks of tenure. Major topics include what motivates employees, mentally preparing for the supervisory role, negotiating with upper management, defining jobs, starting out right with your new employees, setting rules and performance expectations, and managing time. (more details)



A Guide to Federal Sector Equal Employment Law and Practice
A Guide to Federal Sector Equal Employment Law and Practice, 2022
New Release
By: Natania Davis and Founding Author Ernest C. Hadley
Price: $725.00
Sku: 22EEO
Edition: 35th/2022
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Updated annually, the EEO Guide, written by Natania Davis with Ernie Hadley, Founding Author, offers the most comprehensive analysis of federal sector EEO decisions, litigation practice, statutes, regulations, policies, guidance, and practical advice available to practitioners. This indispensable text is a component of the American Civil Service Law Series. (more details)




A Guide to Federal Labor Relations Authority Law and Practice
A Guide to FLRA Law and Practice, 2022
New Release
By: Broida
Price: $725.00
Sku: 22FLRA
Edition: 35th/2022
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In two volumes, Updated annually, the FLRA Guide is a complete research tool on unit determinations, negotiability and the collective bargaining process, unfair labor practices, and constraints on arbitration. The Guide includes discussion of cases, laws, and litigation practice before the FLRA and its reviewing courts. Major topics include jurisdiction, unit determinations and elections; labor organizations; procedures and substantive limitations on and specific applications of negotiability determinations; the Federal Service Impasses Panel; ULPs and remedies; review of arbitration awards; and administrative reconsideration and judicial review. This authoritative text is a component of the American Civil Service Law Series. (more details)




A Guide to Merit Systems Protection Board Law and Practice
A Guide to MSPB Law and Practice, 2022
New Release
By: Broida
Price: $725.00
Sku: 22MSPB
Edition: 39th/2022
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In three volumes, updated annually, the MSPB Guide is a complete research tool for Board cases, laws, procedure, and litigation practice and is the seminal text on this complex area of the law. Major topics include jurisdiction, appeals, discovery, hearings, evidence, PFRs, adverse actions and discipline, nexus and mitigation, substantive offenses, performance cases, RIFs, prohibited personnel practices, retirement, attorney fees, settlement, remedies, and judicial review. This authoritative text is a component of the American Civil Service Law Series. (more details)




MSPB Charges & Penalties
A Charging Manual
MSPB Charges & Penaltie By: Fowler & Vitaro
Price: $300.00
Sku: 22MSCP
Edition: 14th/2022
ISBN: 978-1-956013-05-4
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Annually-updated, a Dewey best seller. Using Board and Federal Circuit cases as examples, Charges & Penalties offers comprehensive analysis and authoritative advice on adverse actions, charge drafting, and penalty selection. Major topics include the basics of adverse actions and charges; causation; charge classification; specific, generic, and narrative charges; power charging; lesser-included offenses; charge interpretation; notice and due process; the conjunctive charge; indefinite suspensions and security-related charges; merging, selecting and drafting the charge; advice for proposing and deciding officials; the penalty; and charges and proof requirements. (more details)




Compensatory Damages and Other Remedies
In Federal Sector Employment Discrimination Cases
Compensatory Damages and Other Remedies, 2022
New Release
By: Gilbert & Sumner
Price: $250.00
Sku: 22CDOR
Edition: 14th/2022
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A Dewey bestseller, Compensatory Damages is the seminal text on how to support and defend against claims for compensatory damages and other remedial claims in federal sector employment discrimination cases. Includes case summaries through mid-2022 and a chart of significant awards. Major topics include equitable and compensatory damages, proving damages, mitigation and offset, back pay, collateral source rule, tax consequences, settlement, managing discovery, calculating damages, and attorney fees. (more details)




MSPB Case Summaries
MSPB Case Summaries
New Release
By: Broida & Davis
Price: $250.00
Sku: 22MSCS
Edition: 13th/2022
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Updated annually, this encyclopedic guide condenses MSPB and Federal Circuit decisions from 1999 through early 2022 into concise, usable summaries. Cases are arranged by subject matter areas and further categorized alphabetically. The MSPB Reference Materials free download and an index and table of cases rounds out this research tool. Major topics include adverse and performance actions, arbitration/collective bargaining issues, attorney fees, Board procedure, jurisdiction and judicial review, defenses, discrimination, evidence, harmful error, hearings, mitigation, prohibited personnel practices, retirement, reemployment, remedies, RIFs, settlements, substantive offenses, timeliness, USERRA and VEOA. (more details)




EEO for Federal Management
A Handbook for Managers, Supervisors, and HR and EEO Staffs
EEO for Federal Management
New Release
By: Corum
Price: $100.00
Sku: 21EEFM
Edition: 1st/2021
ISBN: 978-1-941825-93-8; 1-941825-93-1
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EEO for Federal Management guides federal managers, supervisors, and HR and EEO Staffs through the intricacies of discrimination law and demystifies the potential impact of EEO laws on personnel management decisions. Major topics include nondiscrimination laws governing federal employees; prohibited categories and theories of discrimination; proving discrimination; the complaint process; dealing with complaints of nonselection, disciplinary actions, reprisal, and harassment; handling disability issues; EEO issues in common workplace situations; and settling EEO complaints.(more details)



Damages in Federal Sector Whistleblower Cases
Damages in Federal Sector Whistleblower Cases
New Release
By: Fowler
Price: $225.00
Sku: 21DFSW
Edition: 1st/2021
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This is a succinct analysis of decisions from administrative judges, MSPB, and the Federal Circuit involving damages in whistleblower cases. The guide includes an explanation of the Board’s authority to award damages in whistleblower cases. Each case analysis includes a description of controlling facts, including the type of harm—pecuniary, emotional distress, medical expenses, and losses in investments, and the amount awarded.(more details)



Settlement Forms
for MSPB and EEOC Federal Personnel Litigation
Settlement Forms for MSPB and EEOC By: Broida
Price: $160.00
Sku: 21SFME
Edition: 2nd/2014
ISBN: 978-1-956013-00-9
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Newly updated, this guide provides practice notes and examples of provisions that are grouped by settlement topics. Major settlement provision topics include access to and return of agency property and access to facilities, actions upon and consequences of breach, cancellation or rescission of action, conditions of ongoing employment, construction of agreement, disclosure and maintenance of information, enforcement, financial considerations for the appellant, future employment, introductory clauses, leave status, performance, promotion, substituted employment actions, termination of appeal, waiver of rights, and miscellaneous settlement terms. (more details)



Principles of Federal Sector Arbitration Law
Principles of Federal Sector Arbitration Law
New Release
By: Broida
Price: $250.00
Sku: 21POA
Edition: 7th/2021
ISBN: 978-1-941825-92-1; 1-941825-92-3
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This encyclopedic text features summaries of federal sector arbitration awards addressing significant issues and major arbitration principles from 1999 through 2020. Awards are arranged by topic. Principles includes a table cross-referencing arbitrators to the awards they have issued. Major topics include the nature of arbitration, the collective bargaining agreement, arbitrability, grievances, hearings, management rights, contract interpretation, common substantive arbitration topics, settlement, remedies, attorney fees and damages. (more details)




UnCivil Servant
Holding Government Employees Accountable for Performance and Conduct
19UCS By: Wiley & Hopkins
Price: $125.00
Sku: 19UCS
Edition: 5th/2019
ISBN: 978-0-9729852-0-8
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Ideal for federal supervisors and managers, and anyone who advises them, this handbook is a practical guide on misconduct, performance and discipline. Major topics include the fundamental elements of disciplinary and performance actions, removal procedures, the defense of a penalty, special challenges to adverse actions, and nontraditional disciplinary techniques. (more details)




Conducting Misconduct Inquiries
18CMI By: Vitaro, Goodfriend & Gilbert
Price: $135.00
Sku: 18CMI
Edition: 2nd/2018
ISBN: 978-1-941825-53-2; 1-941825-53-2
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Learn how to effectively and efficiently investigate allegations of employee misconduct with examples, sample forms, and case law discussion. Major topics include what a management inquiry is and how one differs from an administrative investigation, the advantages of an inquiry, how to select a good inquirer, discussion of rights and responsibilities of the inquirer and inquiree, limitations on the inquirer’s authority, interim action, typical charges and penalties, inquiry basics, beginning the inquiry, defining the issues, identifying witnesses, preparing for the inquiry, document gathering, the interview and other ways to collect information, witness preparation, post report activity, and how the report will be used. (more details)




Adverse Actions
A Guide for Federal Managers and Personnel Specialists
Adverse Actions (2017) By: Corum
Price: $75.00
Sku: 17AA
Edition: 5th/2017
ISBN: 1-941825-35-4
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This thorough but concise handbook offers supervisors and personnel specialists an easy-to-read, step-by-step, practical approach to taking adverse and performance-based actions. The subject matter is not complicated by legalese. Major topics include the legal framework of adverse actions, jurisdiction, adverse action causes, penalties, proving the case, adverse action procedures, performance based actions, and adverse action appeals. (more details)




Due Process in Adverse and Performance-Based Actions
Due Process in Adverse and Performance-Based Actions (2017) By: Fowler
Price: $225.00
Sku: 17DPAP
Edition: 2nd/2017
ISBN: 978-1-941825-30-3 ; 1-941825-30-3
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This guide provides everything needed in dealing with procedural and due process issues. Major topics include due process and the statutory scheme; liberty and property and what’s due; the Stone, Ward Criteria, Analytical Model; ex parte communication; Stone, Ward factors in actual practice; agency investigations—constitutional concerns; due process and the agency process; the Ward model—due process and harmful error; due process—security clearances, base bars. (more details)




Federal Sector Telework
Law and Cases
16FST.jpg By: Davis
Price: $75.00
Sku: 16FST
Edition: 1st/2016
ISBN: 978-1-941825-28-0; 1-941825-28-1
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Federal Sector Telework is an essential handbook on telework for managers, supervisors, HR officials, and representatives of agencies and complainants. Major topics: Telework Enhancement Act of 2010, coverage, eligibility, participation, limitations, and the intersection of telework with EEO and MSPB principles. (more details)




Representing Agencies and Complainants Before the EEOC
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By: Hadley & Sumner
Price: $225.00
Sku: 13RAAC
Edition: 3rd/2013
ISBN: 978-1-934651-82-7; 1-934651-82-6
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In its 3rd edition, this Dewey classic provides comprehensive analysis of federal sector practice before the EEOC. Major topics include individual and class complaint processes, theories of discrimination, pre- and post-investigation case evaluations, discovery, settlement, hearing practice, class actions, remedies, and post-hearing procedures. (more details)




Surviving EEO Complaints
10SEEC.png By: Tuck
Price: $55.00
Sku: 10SEEC
Edition: 3rd/2010
ISBN: 1-934651-39-7
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This straightforward training manual educates federal supervisors and managers on complaints and theories of discrimination and the complaint process. Advice is liberally interspersed on how to prevent discrimination complaints and how to defend against a complaint. Major topics include a summary of the discrimination laws, covered employees, disparate treatment and impact, harassment, reasonable accommodation, retaliation, strategies for reducing complaints, the EEO complaint and hearing processes, use of government property and time, and coping with the litigation process. (more details)



Collective Bargaining Law for the Federal Sector
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By: Ferris
Price: $55.00 On Sale! $38.50
Sku: 09CBL
Edition: 1st/2009
ISBN: 1-934651-27-3
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Collective Bargaining allows negotiators and representatives to easily access rules of law and commentary on seminal collective bargaining decisions. Major topics include the change proposal, demand to bargain, obligation to bargain, information to bargain, ground rules, good faith bargaining, negotiability disputes, impasse assistance, finalizing the bargaining agreement, post-agreement obligations and challenges, and remedies. (more details)




Senior Executive Service Legal Guide
(2009) Senior Executive Service Legal Guide By: Broida & Davis
Price: $100.00 On Sale! $50.00
Sku: 09SESG
Edition: 1st/2009
ISBN: 1-934651-19-2
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A review of the laws, regulations, statutes, and caselaw governing the federal government’s Senior Executive Service. Major topics include the history and structure of the SES, qualifications, recruitment, candidate development, selection, oversight and probation, appointments, compensation, executive development, reassignments, details and transfers, performance appraisals, awards, removal of probationers for unacceptable performance, misconduct, RIFs, moratoriums, leave, and reinstatement. (more details)



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