Taking On The Challenges Facing Federal Employees
Navigating your way through federal sector employment law and the federal administrative process can be daunting. It takes someone with experience to guide you on the best path. Whether you should file with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) or the Merit Systems Protection Board (MSPB) is just one of many challenging questions federal employees face.
The good news is that I’m here to help. At my firm, the The Bail Law Firm, I have spent many years representing federal employees facing discrimination, including racial discrimination. I provide thorough legal representation and thoughtful, personable service. My goal is to help people with their struggles, and that’s what I do.
Federal Employees Have Many Struggles
Federal sector employment law is very specialized and contains many draconian timelines and formalities. Agencies rely on these draconian administrative requirements to the detriment of the employees with the hopes that the employee does not adhere to one of the many requirements.
As a result, many employees’ claims are thrown out or not actionable based on procedural grounds. I understand the tricks and strategies relied on by agencies in their efforts undermine the rights of their employees.
Sexual Harassment From A Federal Employer
Even after the #MeToo movement, sexual harassment in the workplace remains a widespread problem. Sexual harassment can be found in such things as:
- Inappropriate conversations
- Quid-pro-quo sex
- Unwanted touching
- Unwanted sexual advances
But harassment of this kind can contribute to a toxic workplace, making a difficult working situation untenable. When your workplace is a federal agency, you can feel very much out of your depth in trying to get help.