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What You Need to Know About the Federal Sector's EEO Complaint Process
What You Need to Know About the Federal Sector's EEO Complaint Process

Federal employees and job applicant are protected by law from discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex (including gender identity, sexual orientation, and pregnancy), national origin, age (40 or older), disability, or genetic information. They are also protected ...

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Blog Posts in 2017

  • How to File an OSC Complaint

    If you are a federal employee, former federal employee, or have applied for federal employment, you can file a claim of a prohibited personnel ...

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  • Need An Attorney?

    The Best Time to Reach Out to a Federal Employee Attorney/Lawyer Many times, I am approached by federal employees with legal issues with the question ...

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  • 6 Common Reasons Social Security Disability Claims Are Denied

    Each year, millions of people apply for disability, but roughly two thirds of those applicants are initially denied. If you have attempted to apply, ...

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  • Knowing Your Rights in a Retaliation Case

    Have you been experiencing a hostile work environment and aren’t exactly sure if you have a case? Do you have concrete proof that your employer is ...

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  • What to Look for in a Federal Employment Lawyer

    Federal law can be particularly complicated, which is why finding an excellent federal employment lawyer is key to winning a successful case. The ...

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  • Pretext Part 4: Treating Some Employees Differently Than Others

    In our previous pretext posts The Real Reason For An Adverse Action , Shifting Explanations and Unbelievable Stories ,and Irregular Process and Agency ...

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  • Pretext Part 3: Irregular Process and Agency Reasons That Don't Add Up

    In our previous posts The Real Reason For An Adverse Action , and Shifting Explanations and Unbelievable Stories , we discussed four ways a federal ...

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  • Pretext Part 2: Shifting Explanations and Unbelievable Stories

    In our previous post The Real Reason For An Adverse Action , we briefly discussed the most common ways a federal employee’s attorney can show an that ...

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  • Pretext Part 1: The Real Reason For An Adverse Action

    We virtually never see cases where an agency acts against a federal employee for an openly discriminatory reason. Supervisors, after all, are smart ...

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