Tag: Consultant

What Our Clients Say

Testimonial From a Client Thank you for helping me prepare for MSPB and settlement negotiations.  They were surprised at my ability to counter their claims based on the briefings you prepared for me.  It was nice to be an “equal”…

Consultant or Attorney? It’s your choice.

When facing an adverse personnel action (such as removal, demotion, etc.), or other issue necessitating some form of representation (such as EEO, administrative grievance, etc.), federal employees at all grade levels must decided whether they will engage some form of representation…

What Our Clients Say

Testimonial From a Client Just a note to tell you thank you for all you have done for me so far.  It didn’t take me long to see the strategy that you laid out and how things may come to…

When Your Union Doesn’t Care

Union Indifference and it’s Implication on You In a previous post, we covered the complexity of representation and a local union’s ability to effectively function in a complex representational environment.  This post concerns union indifference.  It is important to distinguish…

Make the Most of Our Initial Call

How to Maximize our Initial No Obligation Phone Call As you may know, our Consultants provide initial no obligation consultations.  This is our opportunity, and yours, to determine whether our services will be useful to you.  Often, our initial consultation…

Our Latest Stats

Some Informed Fed contributors also function as consultants to employees, unions, and even agency managers in a variety of matters.  These services range from direct EEO representation in complaints to advisory services (indirect representation) when employees handle their own MSPB appeals…