Federal agencies may take corrective action for conduct and performance deficiencies. Agencies will inform individuals of their rights, if any, when proposing an action. Your servicing human resource office is the best resource for employee specific questions and concerns. Adverse and Performance-Based Actions Definitions
Can federal agencies come up with their own rules for seniority? My situation: I am a permanent employee of the federal government with 4 years continuous service. Last year I transferred to a new federal agency and they don't consider continuous federal time at other agencies when it comes to seniority.
DECISION AND ORDER. The National Union of Labor Investigators (Union or NULI), filed a request for assistance with the Federal Service Impasses Panel (Panel) to consider a negotiation impasse under the Federal Service Labor-Management Relations Statute (Statute), 5 U.S.C. § 7119, between it and the Department of Labor, Office of Labor-Management Standards, Washington, D.C. (Employer or OLMS).
Seniority is used as a means of gauging the relative status of one employee with respect to another based on length of service. As an employee's seniority grows, he or she accrues certain rights and privileges. How exactly seniority is defined will differ from company to company.
Seniority in Civil Services is accounted cadre/service wise and its policy is governed under Section 8 of Civil Servants Act, 1973; and Civil Servants Seniority Rules 1993 which were formulated in light of Section 8 of Civil Servants Act 1973.
Seniority in Government Services is an important factor in terms of promotion to higher posts. Recently, DOPT has issued a comprehensive Clarifications on various issues un-answered so far, in the form of Frequently Asked Questions.
(a) Though a seniority system may be qualified by such factors as merit, capacity, or ability, any bona fide seniority system must be based on length of service as the primary criterion for the equitable allocation of available employment opportunities and prerogatives among younger and older workers. (b) Adoption of a purported seniority system which gives those with longer service lesser ...
wac 357-46-055 How is a general government employee's seniority date determined? (1) For a full-time general government employee, the seniority date is the employee's most recent date of hire into state service (including exempt service) as adjusted for any period of leave without pay which exceeds fifteen consecutive calendar days except when ...
Performance Does Matter for Government Employees The views expressed are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of ASPA as an organization. By John Pearson November 13, 2017. Howard Risher contends in a recent PA Times column that government personnel actions are largely based on seniority and not individual performance.
344.4 Rule of Three Appointing officials select from among the three highest ranked and available applicants from the appropriate external Hiring List. An applicant who is performing uniformed service is not per se unavailable; consult human resources. This selection method is known as the rule of three (see Handbook EL-312, 624).