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Written by Michael Corum, one of Dewey’s most beloved authors and an expert on dealing with problem employees in the federal civil service, Disciplining Federal Employees is an updated and expanded version of his best seller Taking Disciplinary Actions.
This text educates federal supervisors and managers on the philosophy, structure, and detail of administering discipline in the federal service. Disciplining Federal Employees begins by leading supervisors through the four sequential decisions they must make in any disciplinary action. The book then describes how to apply these decisions to the most common disciplinary situations. The two extremes of preventive measures to keep good employees honest and winning tactics for firing the worst employees complete this text. “Good case examples” are provided at the end of each chapter to help bring each chapter’s lesson into focus.
Federal supervisors and managers rely on Disciplining Federal Employees for advice on topics including:
Also included are a detailed table of contents, introduction and conclusion.
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