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What’s your next, most pressing deadline? Are you excited, stressed, or ambivalent about it? What’s the first thing you’d like to do once you’re done with it?
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Footnote - Discriminatory Compensation

This claim raises timeliness concerns. If the investigation reveals that this claim is more appropriately characterized as a failure to promote claim, as opposed to a discriminatory compensation claim, and it accrued more than 45 days before the Complainant initiated EEO counseling, it may be dismissed as untimely at the adjudicatory stage. 137 more words


Discrete Act

Discrete actions are clearly defiend events that have a definite beginning and, in most cases, a definite conclsusion. See Ornelas v. Department of Justice, EEOC Appeal no. 108 more words


FAD - Dismissal Language Because Prior EEO Complaints

The claim is dismissed as untimely pursuant to 29 C.F.R. § 1614.107(a)(2), because the Complainant failed to initiate EEO Counselor contact within the 45-day regulatory time limit and there exists no circumstance which would warrant the extension of the time limit. 96 more words


Drake Could Use a Lesson or Two in Mental Health Awareness

It has been over a week since the body of Ohio State football player, Kosta Karageorge, was found and still there has been no official word from President Drake or OSU regarding his suicide. 539 more words

Turner v. Department of Defense

Janet Turner v. Department of Defense
November 16, 1998

Janet Turner,                     )
 Appellant,                       )
  v.                              ) Appeal No. 01976791
                                  ) Agency No. W97-11
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The art of procrastinating

I am not a true procrastinator. Most of the time I keep ahead of deadlines and I like to get the yucky projects done first. 387 more words