3.5 Days. Offered Once Annually. Next Offering: July 2019.
Scope: This course presents the fundamentals of federal employment law and labor-management relations to Department of Defense (DoD) military and civilian attorneys. The objective of this course is that students will be able to identify, evaluate, and resolve labor and employment law issues for commanders, managers, and supervisors. Core topics include: adverse actions for misconduct, performance-based actions, Equal Employment Opportunity substantive law and procedure, federal labor-management relations, and prohibited personnel practices.
Prerequisites: This course is by INVITATION ONLY to DoD military and civilian attorneys who are serving in, or are pending assignment to, a federal employment law position. Since this course is designed to be a basic employment law course, applicants should have no more than three years of employment law experience. Paralegals and legal administrators who provide legal support to employment law attorneys may also apply. All prospective students must complete the course application on the LCS website and submit it to the Course Manager for approval or disapproval.
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