Our organization can help you solve a variety of legal and organizational challenges that get in the way of achieving your goals efficiently and effectively.
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US Department of Commerce
Charles B Taylor Consulting, Inc has represented employees of the Small Business Administration (SBA) through AFGE Local 2532. SBA is an agency within the US Department of Commerce.
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Harrisburg, PA Panorama
Our founder, Charles B Taylor, Esq, is a member of the Pennsylvania Bar and has represented clients in the Pennsylvania court system.
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We regret to announce the passing of our founder, Charles B. Taylor, who was dedicated to working to helping organizations and their members to coordinate their energies to meet organizational missions while respecting employees' rights.
Our legal services and products include legal representation in federal employment disputes; consulting/advice to federal union officials and representatives; and training, development, and coaching of stewards and legal representatives. Extensive knowledge in federal personnel law and practices comes from years of experience and continuing education in federal employment law.
Our organizational services and products include using an energy approach to management and management development, Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) workshops, organizational learning, career development, customer service, and instructional design.
News & Publications
Getting Federal Employment Case Information When the Law Doesn't Provide Discovery
Federal employment law may not address discovery, but union representatives need access to information relevant to their clients' cases. Agencies are adept at finding excuses not to provide information, so it’s not easy to get, but it is do-able.
The Resources section, available to registered users who are union representatives, will soon provide a brief, handy reference giving legal principle, arguments, and citations to support federal employment law requests for information.
Is the EEO System Broken?
While management and some members of the public may think that the EEO system favors employees, nothing could be farther from the truth. Employees and their representatives are beginning to think that the system was designed to wear them down at the executive agency level so that they'll give up on their quests for fairness and integrity or use up their scant resources so that don't get to pleading their causes before the judiciary. Coming soon in the Resources section will be a short article summarizing what employee representatives have observed as the inherent and fatal problems in the EEO system.
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Areas of Practice
Federal Employment Practice
Areas of Organization Development
Energy Approach to Management
Myers-Briggs Type Indicator