PAD 530 Assignment # 3.docx - Running Header Ms Jan Bailey-Smith Student Professor Mark Pantaleo Instructor Strayer University Summer 2018 Term PAD 530

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Running Header:Agency’s Law and Ethics of Hiring a Diverse WorkforceMs. Jan Bailey-Smith, StudentProfessor Mark Pantaleo, InstructorStrayer University – Summer 2018 Term - PAD 530 – Public Personnel ManagementAssignment # 32
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Laws Affecting the AgencyAnalyze at least two (2) laws or two (2) court decisions that have implications to the agency’s personnel management.Office of Personnel Management, Petitionerv.Charles Richmond, Respondent496 U.S. 414(110 S.Ct. 2465, 110 L.Ed.2d 387)Syllabus:Not wishing to exceed a statutory limit on earnings that would disqualify him from continuing to receive a disability annuity based on his years of civilian service with the Navy, respondent Richmond sought advice from Navy employee relations personnel and received erroneous oral and written information. When Richmond's reliance on the information caused him to earn more than permitted by the relevant statute, petitioner, the Office of Personnel Management (OPM), denied him six months of benefits. The Merit Systems Protection Board denied his petition for review, rejecting his contention that the erroneous advice given him should estop OPM and bar its finding him ineligible for benefits under the statute. The Court of Appeals reversed, ruling thatthe misinformation estopped the Government, and that the estoppel required payment of benefits despite the statutory provision to the contrary.Office of Personnel Management, Petitionerv.Richmond, RespondentSyllabus:Not wishing to exceed a statutory limit on earnings that would disqualify him from continuing to receive a disability annuity based on his years of civilian service with the Navy, respondent Richmond sought advice from Navy employee relations personnel and received erroneous oral and written information. When Richmond's reliance on the information caused him to earn more than permitted by the relevant statute, petitioner, the Office of Personnel Management (OPM), denied him six months of benefits. The Merit Systems Protection Board denied his petition for review, rejecting his contention that the erroneous advice given him should estop OPM and bar its finding him ineligible for benefits under the statute. The Court of Appeals reversed, ruling thatthe misinformation estopped the Government, and that the estoppel required payment of benefits despite the statutory provision to the contrary.3
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Personnel Recruitment and Hiring PracticesAnalyze at least three (3) major factors why the agency should address and three (3) major factors why the agency should not address Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender in their recruitment and hiring practices.
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