Medical Retirement for Federal Workers: Relevance & the Intended Audience

Relevance within the context of a particular subject can branch out into parallel areas of substantive issues; thus, it may be “relevant” that in Set-X, subset a,b,c…w be included in the discussion of the primary issue. But relevance may not be the proper criteria to apply; […] Read More …

CSRS & FERS Medical Disability Retirement: The Narrative & the Audience

Anton Chekhov’s short story, “Grief”, is often accompanied by a subtitle, variously interpreted as, “To whom shall I share my grief?” It is both about the need inherent in human nature to tell one’s story of grief, as well as the cold, unreceptive world which has no time […] Read More …

Early Medical Retirement for Disabled Federal Workers: Persuasiveness

The ability to persuade requires two components: One who utilizes the tools of persuasion; and a receptive audience, open to an alternative perspective, and willing to regard and consider […] Read More …

Federal Disability Retirement: SF 3112A, the Applicant’s Statement of Disability

Each genre retains its own internal customs, traditions and acceptable characteristics which, in their idiosyncratic ways, defines for itself why the specific genre is distinctively different […] Read More …

CSRS & FERS Medical Disability Retirement: The Audience

Knowing one’s audience is important in determining the content and manner of a performance, a submission, or a presentation. Such knowledge allows one to tailor the level of sophistication […] Read More …