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Code of Federal Regulations, Title 20, Employees' Benefits, Pt. 657-End, Revised as of April 1, 2018

Cfr Title 20 Pt 657-end ; Code Of Federal Regulations(paper)2018

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Economic Report of the President Together With the Annual Report of the Council of Economic Advisers February 2018

Economic Report of the President Together With the Annual Report of the Council of Economic Advisers February 2018

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Code of Federal Regulations, Title 20, Employee Benefits, Pt. 1-399, Revised as of April 1, 2017 (Microfiche)

T20 Pts 1-399; Code Of Federal Regulation-microfiche 2017

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What You Should Know About Your Retirement Plan

What You Should Know About Your Retirement Plan

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Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance 2017

Catalog Of Federal Domestic Assistance 2017

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Employee Perceptions of Federal Workplace Violence

Employee Perceptions of Federal Workplace Violence

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Navigating the Probationary Period After Van Wersch and McCormick

Navigating the Probationary Period After Van Wersch and McCormick

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Attracting the Next Generation: A Look at Federal Entry-Level New Hires

Attracting the Next Generation: A Look at Federal Entry-Level New Hires

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In Search of Highly Skilled Workers: A Study on the Hiring of Upper Level Employees from Outside the Federal Government

In Search of Highly Skilled Workers: A Study on the Hiring of Upper Level Employees from Outside the Federal Government

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Alternative Discipline: Creative Solutions for Agencies to Effectively Address Employee Misconduct

Alternative Discipline: Creative Solutions for Agencies to Effectively Address Employee Misconduct

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Power of Federal Employee Engagement

Power of Federal Employee Engagement

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The Federal Government: A Model Employer or a Work in Progress: Perspectives from 25 Years of the Merit Principles Survey

The Federal Government: A Model Employer or a Work in Progress: Perspectives from 25 Years of the Merit Principles Survey

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Addressing Poor Performers & the Law

Addressing Poor Performers & the Law

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Fair and Equitable Treatment Progress Made and Challenges Remaining

Fair and Equitable Treatment Progress Made and Challenges Remaining

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Making the Right Connections: Targeting the Best Competencies for Training

Making the Right Connections: Targeting the Best Competencies for Training

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Managing Public Employees in the Public Interest: Employee Perspectives on Merit Principles in Federal Workplaces

Managing Public Employees in the Public Interest: Employee Perspectives on Merit Principles in Federal Workplaces

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Blowing the Whistle: Barriers to Federal Employees Making Disclosures

Blowing the Whistle: Barriers to Federal Employees Making Disclosures

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Prohibited Personnel Practices: Employee Perceptions

Prohibited Personnel Practices: Employee Perceptions

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Telework: Weighing the Information, Determining an Appropriate Approach

Telework: Weighing the Information, Determining an Appropriate Approach

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Training and Development for the Senior Executive Service: A Necessary Investment

Training and Development for the Senior Executive Service: A Necessary Investment

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Preserving the Integrity of the Federal Merit Systems: Understanding and Addressing Perceptions of Favoritism

Preserving the Integrity of the Federal Merit Systems: Understanding and Addressing Perceptions of Favoritism

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Evaluating Job Applicants: The Role of Training and Experience of Hiring

Evaluating Job Applicants: The Role of Training and Experience of Hiring

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Sexual Orientation and the Federal Workplace

Sexual Orientation and the Federal Workplace

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Veteran Hiring in the Civil Service: Practices and Perceptions

Veteran Hiring in the Civil Service: Practices and Perceptions

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