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Vets Tackle Work, Challenges

Ranks of Military Veterans in Federal Workforce Continues to Grow

June 3, 2015 | Fair Practice

The number of military veterans hired by the U.S. federal government swelled last year to the highest percentage of the total federal workforce since the mid-1970s, according to the latest reports from the Office of Personnel Management. Read More

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Roger Hughlett

Reasonable Accommodation Panel at MicroPact’s 462 Symposium was Great!

What I Learned Hosting the Panel

September 9, 2013 | Fair Practice

In this month's Fair Practice, Carl Moore discusses what he learned while hosting the Reasonable Accommodation Panel at the 462 Symposium. Read More

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Carl Moore

What Reasonable Accommodation Means to You

Panel of Experts Bring Real World Advice to Federal Workplace

August 1, 2013 | Fair Practice

Rather than cover an important case development or emerging issue this month, we wanted to devote this space to telling you about a panel I’ll be moderating at the 462 Symposium on Sept. 5 at the Marriott Wardman Park Hotel in Washington, D.C. Read More

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Carl Moore

The Supreme Court Rules on Retaliation

July Fair Practice

July 8, 2013 | Fair Practice

In this month's Fair Practice, Carl Moore examines the Supreme Courts recent ruling on retaliation. The ruling changes how EEO claims are handled and is a must know for any EEO professional. Read More

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Carl Moore

Knowledgeable and Confident Supervisors Can Tackle Even the Toughest Situations

Fair Practice: Turning Training into Results

May 28, 2013 | Fair Practice

In his final installment of a three-part series, Carl Moore examines how training can impact supervisors’ confidence when dealing with even the toughest conduct issues. Read More

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Carl Moore

Building Highly Effective Teams in Times of Shrinking Resources

Effectively Managing Conduct Issues Can Lift Your Entire Team

April 25, 2013 | Fair Practice

In his second article of a three-part series, Carl Moore examines the steps that front-line managers should take to mitigate and solve an employee's negative conduct or performance. Read More

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Carl Moore

The Toughest Parts of Being a Supervisor

Fair Practice: Even a Well Trained Supervisor Can Need Guidance

March 31, 2013 | Fair Practice

Carl Moore explores what federal supervisors find most challenging about managing employees on the front line. Read More

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Carl Moore

Workplace Harassment isn’t Always an Abuse of Supervisory Power

Fair Practice: What if a Subordinate Harasses a Supervisor?

February 28, 2013 | Fair Practice

Carl Moore discusses how diversification in management positions has led to a paradigm shift in workplace harassment in this month's Fair Practice. Read More

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Carl Moore

What Does Zero Tolerance Actually Mean?

Fair Practice: Know How "Zero Tolerance" is Understood in Your Agency

January 29, 2013 | Fair Practice

Often agency policy for harassment prevention is "zero tolerance," but do you know what that means? Read More

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Carl Moore

Supervising “Reasonable Accommodation”

Supervisors must understand their “role” in the “reasonable accommodation” process.

January 7, 2013 | Fair Practice

Agencies have defined very different roles for supervisors when it comes to “reasonable accommodation” requests, do you understand your role? Read More

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Carl Moore