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What Is the EEOC?

Employment law and workplace discrimination are areas of law that can seem intimidating, especially when you're a federal employee. It's a domain filled with legalities and protocols, and one that necessitates a solid understanding of how to safeguard your rights.

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What Are the Merit System Principles?

The U.S. Merit System Principles are the backbone of the federal workforce and are designed to ensure a fair and effective public service. Established under the Civil Service Reform Act of 1978, these principles guide the employment practices of all federal agencies, promoting efficiency and integrity within the federal workforce.

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What Is the Penalty for Violating the Hatch Act?

As a safeguard of democratic ethics within the federal workforce, the Hatch Act serves as a boundary against political coercion and campaigning by government employees.

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What Is the Hatch Act?

As a federal employment lawyer, I often find myself fielding inquiries about the Hatch Act. It's a crucial piece of legislation that governs the political activities of federal employees, and understanding its nuances can be quite a task. So, let's dive right in and unravel the intricacies of this all-important law.

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