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Federal Sector Telework
Law and Cases
By: Davis
Price: $75.00
Edition: 1st/2016
Sku: 16FST
Availability: IN-STOCK (released 9/22/16)
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The Telework Enhancement Act of 2010 requires Executive agencies to establish policies under which employees may telework. The intent of the Act is to encourage federal sector participation in telework to the greatest extent possible. Section 1 of Federal Sector Telework examines the Telework Enhancement Act and OPM guidance and surveys Executive agency policies implementing the Act. Section 1 topics include:

Telework is a workplace privilege, not a right, and there are limitations to teleworking under the Telework Act and its implementing policies. Those limitations sometimes conflict with other laws, in particular the Rehabilitation Act. Section 2 of Federal Sector Telework examines the intersection of the Telework Act and agency policies with EEO and MSPB principles and caselaw, making this handbook an essential reference to managers, supervisors, HR officials, and representatives of agencies and complainants. Section 2 topics include:

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