Tag Archives: De Minimis

OH, HOW THEY LIE FLRA Member Kiko made a point on her bio to mention that in her spare time she works with her church’s women’s group and Member Abbott majored in religion. Yet, these self-promoting theists have no problem … Continue reading

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“DE MINIMIS” DOCTRINE TOO COMPLEX EVEN FOR ALJs? Not long ago FEDSMILL.com posted an article entitled “Die, De Minimis Die” to shine a light on how elusively complex and high risk the de minimis doctrine is for practitioners.  It may … Continue reading

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DIE, DE MINIMIS, DIE! Even though there is some legal foundation for holding that a change must be more than de minimis to create a bargaining obligation, it has been more trouble than it is worth—even to management. One case … Continue reading

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REMOVAL MITIGATED FOR DE MINIMIS INCIDENTS STEWARD ALERT!     A recent MSPB decision gives unions a valuable precedent to use when defending employee against discipline or removal.  In this case (Raco v. SSA, (9/29/11)), the agency removed the employee for 22 alleged … Continue reading

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