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Following a hearing, an AJ found that the Agency discriminated against Complainant on the basis of disability when it failed to provide her with reasonable accommodation, and the Commission affirmed the AJ's decision on appeal. Complainant was hired under a two-year Federal Career Internship Program FCIP appointment as a Claims Authorizer, and was qualified because she identified a reasonable accommodation that would allow her to perform the essential functions of her position. Specifically, the Commission stated that Complainant's request for additional time for on-the-job training beyond the two-year FCIP period would have been a feasible solution to Complainant's problems with processing cases efficiently. The Commission agreed with the AJ that the requested accommodation would not have lowered the Agency's production standard, but would have provided accommodation in the form of training which would have enabled Complainant to meet the production standard.

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Following a slt, an AJ found that the Agency discriminated against Complainant on the basis of disability when it failed to provide her with reasonable accommodation, and the Commission affirmed the AJ's decision on appeal. Complainant was hired under a two-year Federal Career Internship Program FCIP appointment as a Claims Authorizer, and was qualified because she identified a reasonable accommodation that would allow her to perform the fonder functions of her position.

Specifically, the Commission stated that Complainant's request for additional time for on-the-job training beyond the two-year FCIP period would have been a feasible solution to Complainant's problems with processing cases efficiently. The Commission agreed with the AJ that the requested accommodation would not have lowered the Agency's production standard, but would have provided accommodation in the form of training which would have enabled Complainant to meet the production standard.

The Commission concluded that the Agency failed to prove that the requested accommodation would have caused an undue hardship, and made only generalized conclusions regarding the impact of the accommodation on other employees and customers. Further, while the Agency questioned the effectiveness of the accommodation and asserted that its policies prohibited management from requesting an extension for the purpose of giving Complainant an opportunity to demonstrate improvement in performance, neither of those assertions showed that the requested accommodation would be a ificant difficulty or expense for the Agency.

The Commission also finnder the AJ's decision to award damages, stating that the Agency failed to make a good faith effort to reasonably accommodate Complainant's disability. Complainant v. The Commission found that Complainant was subjected to harassment on the basis of his race. Complainant alleged that he was the subject of scandalous e-mails and newspaper articles initiated by Agency managers, and that he was threatened with physical harm.

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Witness testimony reflected a strong indication that a Deputy Manager was responsible plsnes disseminating information to the media regarding alleged ethical violations by Complainant in relation to the hiring of minority employees and money paid to historically Black universities. The Commission found that the Manager's conduct was sufficiently severe and pervasive to alter the conditions of Complainant's employment and create a hostile work environment.

As a result of the Manager's inflammatory assertions, Complainant's name and picture were published in the media and the Agency's Inspector General opened an investigation. The record, however, contained no evidence that Complainant did in fact act in an unethical manner. Further, during the Inspector General's investigation, employees described co-workers in derogatory terms and raised issues of racism and reverse discrimination, and the hearing testimony described a culture of extreme bigotry and racial epithets and symbols being directed toward African-American employees.

Complainant's career and reputation were clearly affected by the Manager's actions. The Commission noted that there was no dispute that many different levels of management were aware of the e-mails and public articles implicating Complainant but made little or almost no effort to stop the harassment. Thus, the Commission concluded that the Agency failed to immediately and effectively address the hostile work environment, and was liable for the harassment.

Complainant worked as an Environmental Scientist and his duties included delineating the extent of wetlands on property, which was not an exact science and could be subjective. The record showed that Complainant disagreed with other Environmental Scientists' decisions on several occasions, and had a finser relationship with his supervisor S1 because they did not share the same philosophy regarding wetland delineation.

Complainant filed a formal complaint alleging that the Agency discriminated against him on the bases slu religion and in reprisal for prior EEO activity.

An AJ found no evidence of religious discrimination but determined that S1 retaliated against Complainant when he took away Complainant's ature authority, made comments to a co-worker that it would be in her best interest not to work with Complainant, and questioned Complainant's co-workers and consultants about Complainant's performance. The AJ stated that these actions would dissuade a reasonable person agriba engaging in the EEO process, and S1 had no legitimate, non-retaliatory reason for the conduct.

The Commission agreed with the AJ that many of Complainant's allegations were examples of workplace disagreements between a subordinate and a supervisor.

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The Commission, however, also affirmed the AJ's finding of retaliation with regard to the three matters. Although S1 stated that he revoked Complainant's ature authority planex Complainant had done things "outside the norm," the AJ did not find the testimony convincing and there was no evidence that Complainant had been issued any discipline for his alleged errors.

Further, the Commission agreed with the AJ that repeatedly attempting to solicit negative information from a third party would dissuade a reasonable person from participating in the EEO process, and there was no legitimate reason for S1's actions. The Commission affirmed the AJ's arrbia regarding pecuniary damages, noting that much of Complainant's medical treatment was related to other non-retaliatory events. Remedies See also "Findings on the Merits" in this issue.

Petitioner and the Agency entered into a settlement agreement in which provided that the Agency would, among other things, process Petitioner's application for disability areiba and remove references to disciplinary actions. The Commission ly found that the Agency breached the agreement, and pursuant to the terms of the agreement, should reinstate Petitioner to his position. The Commission later ordered the Agency to properly award Petitioner back pay and benefits he would have received for the time he should have been reinstated.

In response to the most recent plaanes for enforcement, the Commission found that Petitioner was not entitled to payment for iin adverse tax consequences of receiving a lump sum pay award. Petitioner conceded that the Agency provided him with back pay and other benefits.

The Commission has held that reimbursement of additional tax liability arising from a lump sum payment of back pay is a form of pecuniary compensatory damages because pplanes purpose of such an award is to compensate Petitioner for the proximate injury caused by employment discrimination. In this case, Petitioner's claim did not arise from a finding of dinder, but from a determination that the Agency breached the settlement agreement.

Although the settlement findeer specifically provided that the Agency would reinstate Petitioner if it failed to abide by the terms thereof, the agreement did not contain a provision for compensatory damages or tax liability in the event of a breach. Therefore, Petitioner was not entitled to pecuniary damages in the form of compensation to offset tax liability from the lump sum back pay payment.

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Remedies Discussed. The Agency adopted an AJ's decision finding that Complainant was subjected to sex and age discrimination and awarding make whole relief. Complainant ultimately appealed to the Commission alleging that the Agency failed to comply with the relief awarded in its final action. With regard to the restoration of leave, the Commission noted that the parties presented two different sources of information that yielded ib figures for the amounts plajes leave used.

The Commission noted that uncertainties should be resolved in favor of Complainant, and since the figures from the Agency's clock rings were more favorable to Complainant, the Agency complied with the order when it restored a greater of hours than reflected on Complainant's pay stubs. The Commission then examined Complainant's request for a lump sum payment for restored sick leave given that she had retired from the Agency. The Commission rejected the Agency's argument that it can do nothing to correct the matter since the Office of Personnel Management OPM has already calculated Complainant's service credit and retirement benefits.

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The Commission has ly held that an agency must still provide accurate information to OPM to enable OPM to recalculate a complainant's retirement benefits. The Commission noted that it could not consider a request for additional attorneys' fees incurred in the processing of the underlying complaint because Complainant did not initially appeal that matter.

The Commission remanded the issue of whether Complainant was entitled to a performance bonus given that the record on that issue was not adequately developed. Postal Serv. Back Pay Discussed.

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The Agency found that Complainant was subjected to racial harassment for six years and constructively discharged. Complainant challenged the amount of the back pay award on appeal. The Commission initially noted that Complainant had pplanes duty under Title VII to mitigate damages by making a reasonable good faith effort to find other employment, and amounts earnable with reasonable diligence will reduce an award of back pay.

In this case, the back pay award ran from the date of Complainant's constructive discharge until the date of the Agency's reinstatement order, a period in excess of four years.

The Agency, however, findsr determined that Complainant was entitled to back pay for only one year during which time he was receiving treatment from a therapist. While the Agency appeared to find that Complainant was fit to work after that time, the record showed that Complainant was not fit to work even after the therapist's treatment ended.

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The therapist specifically stated that Complainant would be able to work only very limited duties and the plnes recommended that he not work at all. The therapist further stated that he did not expect Complainant's health to ificantly improve, and the record indicated that Complainant continued to receive treatment throughout the relevant period. Thus, the Commission determined that the Finnder erred in limiting back pay to the period during which Complainant was receiving treatment from the therapist since the evidence did not support a conclusion that Complainant was fit to work after that time.

The Agency was ordered to recalculate back pay to include any period during which Complainant was substantially unemployable. Dep't of Agric. Reinstatement and Front Pay Discussed. An AJ found that the Agency discriminated against Complainant on the basis of disability and in reprisal for prior EEO activity when it failed to reasonably accommodate him and terminated him during his probationary period.

Complainant filed an appeal asserting that the AJ failed to award him reinstatement or front pay.

The Commission found that Complainant was entitled to be reinstated to the position he held at the time he was separated from the Agency, subject to successful completion of his probationary period. The AJ found that Complainant's Supervisors exhibited animosity toward him, and denied his requests for accommodation because they had already determined that Complainant could not succeed in the position.

The AJ further found that the steps undertaken to accommodate Complainant were a sham and motivated by the Supervisors' belief that Complainant had a disabling condition. The Commission concurred with the AJ that it was unclear whether Complainant would have succeeded in the position because his initial requests for accommodation in the form of an ergonomic chair and keyboard, voice recognition software and a flexible schedule were never provided. Further, Complainant identified another Supervisor willing to provide Complainant with adequate training and presumably effective accommodations.

The Commission concluded that, under the circumstances, the appropriate make-whole relief includes reinstatement to the position Complainant held at the time of his termination or a substantially equivalent position subject to the successful completion of the remaining months of his probation with effective reasonable accommodations.

The Commission stated that Complainant should be placed into a position where he receives appropriate training and reports to different Supervisors. The Commission determined that the facts of the case did not support an award of front pay, as there was no evidence Complainant's former position had been abolished or that reinstatement would necessarily result in an antagonistic relationship in light of the identification of another appropriate Supervisor. An AJ issued a decision sanctioning Complainant for causing delays in the hearing process.

According to the record, Complainant and the Agency attempted to reach a settlement, and on agriba occasions Complainant agreed to and then withdrew offers at the last minute. In addition, Complainant cancelled mediation the day before it was scheduled to occur. Complainant asserted that her former attorney made a settlement offer that included terms to which she did not consent.

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In his decision, the AJ noted that he was not finding that the parties had a binding and enforceable agreement, but ordered the enforcement of the oral settlement agreement stating that it was a better alternative than canceling the hearing and ordering the Agency to issue a final decision on the merits of the claim. The Agency declined to implement the AJ's sanction, finding that it was unduly harsh, and the Commission agreed with the Agency.

The Commission found that Complainant's actions, despite causing unnecessary inconveniences and delay, did not rise to the level of contumacious conduct such as to warrant the imposition of sanctions. The Agency was instructed to submit the matter for a hearing. The Commission sanctioned the Agency for failing to provide the complaint file by issuing a default judgment in favor of Complainant. The Commission notified the Agency that it was required to submit a copy of the entire complaint file in response to Complainant's appeal, and that the failure to do so could result in the Commission drawing an adverse inference.

The Agency failed to comply with the terms of the Notice, and the Commission stated that there had been an excessively long delay with no meritorious explanation as to why the Agency did not submit the file. Since the Commission was unable to properly determine whether the Agency's findings and conclusions were supported by the record, the Commission found that the most appropriate sanction was a default judgment for Complainant.

The Commission further determined that Complainant established a prima facie case of retaliation, and was entitled to individual remedies. Commission Affirms Sanctions Imposed on Agency. Complainant filed a complaint alleging the Agency discriminated against her on the basis of race and in reprisal for protected EEO activity with regard to her request for a flexible workplace arrangement "flexiplace".

After a hearing, Complainant discovered that the Agency obtained a draft transcript of two days of the hearing without providing a copy to Complainant. Complainant requested sanctions based upon the Agency's actions. Because the Agency obtained the draft transcript before the close of the hearing, the AJ believed the Agency was trying to prepare for the finder of witnesses.

The AJ, in finding that the Agency's counsel was trying to obtain an unfair tactical advantage, determined the appropriate sanction was to issue a decision in favor of Complainant finding that the Agency improperly denied her request for emergency flexiplace on a specific day based on race. The AJ found arriba Complainant failed to establish discrimination with regard to two additional matters. On appeal, the Commission affirmed the Agency's finding of no discrimination with regard to two issues and affirmed the AJ's decision to impose sanctions.

The Commission found the AJ's issuance of a sanction was narrowly tailored to the Agency's actions because the Agency violated the spirit of the Commission's order that transcripts be provided to both parties to afford them "equal footing. Further, the Agency had no right to early access to the plane transcript. The nature of the Agency's action was egregious, and the Agency did not provide an explanation to the AJ as to why it obtained the draft transcript.

The Commission found a ificant prejudicial effect from the Agency obtaining a rough draft of the transcript that could have afforded the Agency an unfair advantage in preparing for the examination of key sluts, and had a substantial effect on the integrity of the EEO process.

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