Due Process in Federal Service
MSPB Issues Comprehensive Report and Explanation
As senior level Employee and Labor Relations Specialists, we can directly attest to the fact federal employees are routinely fired (removed from federal service). This Merit Systems Protection Board report supports our view. The MSPB report was seemingly issued in response to vast false information and recent political attacks on federal employees; for example, Congressional representatives making statements devoid of any truth in support of their continued attacks on federal employees and government service. We can only hope they take the time to read this report…..and understand it.
MSPB Report on Due Process in Federal Service
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