Deborah J. Hopkins, a Washington, DC-based employment law attorney, is President of the Federal Employment Law Training Group, an SBA-certified woman-owned small business. She has presented training sessions to thousands of federal employees on topics including federal HR, L/ER, EEO, reasonable accommodation, legal writing and supervisory accountability, and has developed training courses and authored a number of training manuals for institutions of higher education.
Holding Government Employees Accountable for Performance and Conduct
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ISBN: 978-1-941825-29-7; 1-941825-29-X
Availability: IN-STOCK (released 11/1/16)
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Ideal for federal supervisors and managers, and anyone who advises them, this handbook is a how-to guide on misconduct, performance and discipline. Major topics include the five fundamental elements of a disciplinary action, the five fundamental elements of a performance action, termination, the defense of a penalty, special challenges to adverse actions, and nontraditional disciplinary techniques. (more details)