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What Is a Title 38 Disciplinary Appeals Board?

Title 38 federal employees have different rights than other federal employees. Those employed by the Veterans Administration as a physician, dentist, podiatrist, optometrist, nurse, nurse anesthetist, physician assistant, or an expanded function dental auxiliary (EFDA) are likely under Title 38. Since Title 38 federal employees are not under the same rights as federal employees, they generally cannot appeal personnel...

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Title 38 vs. Hybrid 38: What’s the Difference?

There are unique sets of federal laws and regulations surrounding Veterans Affairs (VA) personnel, such as wage and hour matters, leave, discrimination, and disciplinary actions. Two common categories that VA employees fall under include Title 38, Title 5, and Hybrid 38. One of the most common challenges that VA employees face is understanding the different laws surrounding Veterans Affairs...

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Why You Need a Title 38 Lawyer

If you are a doctor, nurse, dentist, or another type of medical professional who works for the Veterans Administration, then you are considered a Title 38 employee, which means you have different rights than other federal employees. Title 38 employees have to go through a different legal process if they want to appeal unjust disciplinary actions. Since Title 38...

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