By Bill Bransford
Bill Bransford is a partner at Shaw Bransford & Roth P.C., where he has practiced since 1983. His practice is concentrated on the representation of federal executives, managers, and employees. Mr. Bransford serves as General Counsel to several professional associations, including the Senior Executives Association, Federal Managers Association, FAA Managers Association, and National Council of Social Security Management Associations.
Mr. Bransford is a frequent lecturer, sharing his expertise on federal employment law at conferences and seminars designed for federal supervisors, executives, and employee relations professionals. Mr. Bransford has written and co-authored numerous publications on federal employment law, including “The Rights and Responsibilities of Your Federal Employment” and “How to Rehabilitate or Remove a Problem Employee.” He co-hosts FEDtalk, a radio show on Federal News Radio 1500AM.
Russell Ward Says:
January 10th, 2013 at 11:11 am
Greetings, I am a chief steward for the NFFE Union at Red River Army Depot. This is my question/ prob. We have two civilian workers sent home fron Iraq for fighting while off duty inside there sleeping barracks. Minor injuries only. The Agency has proposed removal based on our commanders policy of zero tolerance for violence in workplace. 1) I dont consider the sleeping barracks as a work place as they are not connected and 100 yards apart 2) our local regulations at the Depot in the States should not apply to employees that are oconus and under general order #1—- help me please