“In general, the rules about nepotism are unfamiliar to people who join the federal government from the private sector, where you can hire whomever you want,” Valdez said.
Unauthorized Use of the Internet If your job duties require you to have a computer and access to the internet, chances are you have checked your personal e-mail or Facebook page, used your work e-mail address to send personal messages, or surfed the internet while at work.
The Office of Special Counsel (OSC) and the Merit Systems Protection Board (MSPB) enforce the CSRA.The study, released by Senate lawmakers yesterday, found that nearly half the "purchase card" transactions it examined were improper, either because they were not authorized correctly or because they did not meet requirements for the cards' use.The overall rate of problems "is unacceptably high," the audit found.For more information, contact the Office of Personnel Management at 202-653-7188 or visit citizens or lawful permanent residents unless required to do so by federal law, regulation, executive order, or government contract.This law makes it illegal for employers to discriminate with respect to hiring, firing, or recruitment or referral for a fee, based on an individual's citizenship or immigration status, or national origin (Title VII prohibits to national origin discrimination for employers with 15 or more employees). The INA prohibits employers from preferring to hire temporary visa holders or undocumented workers over qualified U. citizens or other protected individuals, such as refugees or individuals granted asylum. Document abuse occurs when an employer is verifying employment eligibility, and based on the worker's citizenship status or national origin, requests more or different documents than federal law requires; rejects reasonably genuine-looking documents; or asks for specific certain documents.