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U.S. Federal Government Still Effectively Protects Employees with Disabilities
U.S. Federal Government Still Effectively Protects Employees with Disabilities

The Federal Government Sets the Standard for Treatment of Disabled Employees The United States Federal Government has made its intent to be the country’s model employer very clear in Section 10(c) of the Rehabilitation Act 29 CFR 1614.203 (specifically titled “Model ...

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  • U.S. Federal Government Still Effectively Protects Employees with Disabilities

    The Federal Government Sets the Standard for Treatment of Disabled Employees The United States Federal Government has made its intent to be the ...

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  • Appeals for Title 38 VA Employees

    Statutes Under Which the Veterans Administration Hires Employees The statutes which authorize the United States Federal Government to hire workers ...

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  • Federal Employees May Request Leave as a Reasonable Accommodation

    We Represent Federal Employees Many federal employees struggling with medical crises or illnesses don’t know there are various types of leave ...

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  • What would disqualify me from FERS Disability Retirement benefits? Part 2

    Sometimes federal employees hoping to receive Disability Retirement (DR) benefits unfortunately make an employment decision that can render them ...

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  • What Would Disqualify Me From FERS Disability Retirement Benefits? Part 1

    Sometimes federal employees hoping to receive Disability Retirement (DR) benefits unfortunately make an employment decision that can render them ...

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    Larry L. Bruner was employed as a nursing assistant at the Veterans Administration Medical Center in Pennsylvania. He suffered an injury resulting in ...

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