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Federal Employment Issues


Have you had an unfair or wrongful adverse personnel action taken against you at work such as:


  • Disciplinary Actions

  • Denied Promotion

  • Denied Reasonable Accommodation

  • Termination

  • Forced to retire

  • Denied leave

  • Unfair Evaluations/Reviews

  • Transfers and Details

  • Denied Opportunities


Subjected to a Hostile Work Environment such as:


  • Abusive Language

  • Treated Differently that others

  • Your work and time being monitored

  • Sexual Harassment

  • Unfair workload

  • Other Harassment


If so, you need to file an EEOC complaint or MSPB appeal.



Tel: 888-817-8448

Fax: 202-315-0407

Federal Employee Representatives  is a private legal service firm offering affordable,  experienced non-attorney representation to Federal Employees filing an EEOC or MSPB Complaint. We can handle a Federal Employee's complaint against any Agency in any location, even overseas.



We fight for your rights and seek the best accomodations and awards for your case including:

  • Lost Wages

  • Job Reinstatement

  • Return of leave used

  • Reasonable Accommodations

  • Change of Evaluations

  • Removal of Records of Disciplinary Actions/Letters

  • Pain and Suffering

  • Expenses



Our Representatives have represented employees against:

  • USPS - United States Postal Service

  • VA - Veterans Administration

  • TSA - Transportation Security Administration

  • DOJ - Dept. Of Justice

  • USA - United States Army

  • USAF -United States Air Force

  • IRS - Internal Revenue Service

  • BOP - Bureau of Prisons

  • DHS - Dept. of Homeland Security

  • DOA - Dept of Agriculture

  • DOI - Dept of Interior

  • and more...


Although it is best to contact us as early as possible, we can start representing you at any point in the process.


Whether or not you select us, you need to have professional, experienced representation.  There are many technicalities and rules. The Admin Hearing uses Federal Rules of Procedure and Evidence. Even small mistakes can cause a great case to be lost or be dismissed.

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