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Federal Sector Process, Appeal, and Review Rights
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By: Vitaro
Price: $135.00
Edition: 1st/2019
Sku: 19PARR
ISBN: 978-1-941825-57-0; 1-941825-57-5
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The appeal and review rights from federal processes are numerous and confusing. Whether you are puzzling over the avenues from an arbitrator’s decision, from an Merit Systems Protection Board (MSPB) mixed case, a whistleblower reprisal claim, an appeal from an Federal Labor Relations Authority (FLRA) Unfair Labor Practice determination, or the many other formal processes in the federal government, this book will guide you in the right direction.

Questions? This book has answers:

This book provides a complete explanation of the maze and overlap of federal appeal and review processes. Among the areas covered are:



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