Category Archives: Resignations

NLRB & CIRCUIT COURT SMACK DOWN “NON-DISPARAGEMENT CLAUSES” Although it is rarely done in the federal government, private sector employers often impose “gag orders” on current and resigning employees in order to avoid a public airing of facts about how … Continue reading

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EMPLOYEES CAN WITHDRAW RESIGNATIONS & DOWNGRADE REQUESTS At times, agency managers will pressure and even harass an employee to the point that he gives up and resigns or asks for a downgrade to an easier job.  Once the managers have … Continue reading

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FDIC CLOBBERED FOR LACKING CREDIBILITY FDIC management has been ordered to rehire a former employee retroactively to late 2000.  KAAAA-POW for management and KAH-CHING for the employee.  EEOC found that management repeatedly lacked credibility when it tried to explain why … Continue reading

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RESIGNING WITH A CLEAN RECORD REDEFINED MSPB has just changed how it will interpret termination settlement agreements that call for the removal, cancellation or even change of the official record. In this case, management settled a removal appeal by agreeing … Continue reading

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