OOC Brown Bag Lunch Series Disparate Treatment
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Brown Bag Lunch Series: OOC Procedures
The Office of the General Counsel hosted a Brown Bag Lunch -- OOC Procedures: Update and Review. Here are the materials from the Feb. 15, 2017 event. OOC Procedures: Update and Review Outline Procedural Rules Chart For more information: contact John D. Uelmen at 202-724-9247 or john.uelmen@compliance.govRead more
eNewsletter 4thQuarter 2016
OOC issues its eNewsletter for the 4th Quarter of 2016Read more
One page on Veterans
One pager on VeteransRead more
Understanding the FMLA
Taking time off? An Employees Guide to FMLA -- Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993Read more
Brown Bag Lunch Series: Unfair Labor Practices
The following outline discusses unfair labor practice law, the General Counsel's process for filing and investigating unfair labor practice complaints and appeals to the Office of Compliance's Board of Directors. Brown Bag Lunch Series: Unfair Labor Practice Process and Procedure , October 19, 2016Read more
Oct. 2016 ADA inspection report
The Capitol complex is more accessible to visitors and staff members with disabilities, according to a Oct. 2016 report by the Congressional Office of Compliance (OOC).Read more
Brown Bag Materials on Veterans' Rights and Protections
Learn how the Veterans Employment Opportunities Act of 1988 (VEOA) applies to legislative branch employees. Email Laura Cech for more information.Read more
OOC Issues its Third Quarter eNewsletter
Compliance eNewsletter September 2016Read more
Brown Bag Lunch Series on Retaliation for Protected Activity
The anti-reprisal provision of the Congressional Accountability Act (CAA), Section 207, prohibits an employing office from retaliating against any covered employee for opposing any practice made lawful by the CAA, or participating in any kind of proceeding under the CAA. The linked materials are a comprehensive look at the necessary elements of a retaliation claim and how these claims have been...Read more

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