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On reductions in force in Federal agencies

United States Civil Service Commission.

On reductions in force in Federal agencies

by United States Civil Service Commission.

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Published by Civil Service Commission : for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Civil service -- United States

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesFED facts ; 13
    The Physical Object
    Pagination8 p. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14854193M

    Federal Medicaid dollars help support health care for more than six million New Yorkers, including more than two million children. Medicaid is the single largest category of Federal funding, representing approximately two‐thirds of Federal resources anticipated in the FY Budget. 4) The collection of rules and procedures that govern agencies in the federal government. The collection of rules and procedures that govern the employees who work in career positions in government. ____________ signed an Executive Order requiring federal employees to refrain from the use of illegal drugs and declaring persons who use illegal.

    Reductions in the predetermined salary of an employee who is exempt under Part of the Department of Labor's regulations will ordinarily cause a loss of the exemption. Such an employee must then be paid at least the federal minimum wage and overtime pay required by the FLSA, as discussed in FAQ #2 above. In some circumstances, however, a. Coronavirus Information. The COVID pandemic has impacted all workers throughout New York, and CSEA has created an informational page to share accurate information regarding how this virus has impacted workers and the many labor relations issues that have arisen from workplace closures and .

    The Veterans' Employment and Training Service (VETS) is announcing an opportunity for public comment on a proposed collection of information by the agency. Under the Paperwork Reduction Act (PRA) of , Federal agencies are required to publish notice in the Federal Register concerning each. Each year, Federal agencies purchase one-half million microcomputers. The Department of Defense buys half the Federal computers, and the government`s 10 largest agencies buy 80 to 90% of the computers. This includes agencies such as Health and Human Services with Social Security, the Internal Revenue Service, and the Department of Agriculture.


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OCLC Number: Notes: "April " Item A. S/N Workforce Restructuring Reductions in Force Overview. The U.S. Office of Personnel On reductions in force in Federal agencies book develops policy and provides guidance to Federal agencies regarding Reduction in Force (RIF).

This page serves as a portal to assist you in locating pertinent information and content related to RIF in the Federal Government. This book analyzes the major U.S. employment-related legal issues (and other important considerations) that arise (1) when an employer is planning or preparing for a work force reduction, (2) in implementing a work force reduction, and (3) in the days and weeks following an announcement and rollout of such a business restructuring.

In other words, this publication provides step-by-step. concern to employers, this book also addresses issues of concern to employees, unions, and government or regulatory agencies. Indeed, the objective of this book is to educate the reader, regardless of his or her perspective, on salient employ-ment law issues related to work force reductions, to subject those issues to aFile Size: KB.

Reductions in force (RIFs) require careful planning and implementation. In any single jurisdiction, they can be expensive and time-consuming. Add the complexity of a multi-country RIF, and the.

If you are a federal employee you will likely be confronted with a massive Reduction in Force (RIF) as the Trump administration slashes the federal agency workforce. Do you understand how a RIF is conducted, what the preference categories are and what laws, regulations, and rules OPM requires agencies to follow?Author: Michael Rodgers.

Purpose of the Workforce Reshaping Operations Handbook OPM is issuing this Workforce Reshaping Operations Handbook to provide assistance to agencies that are considering and/or undergoing some type of reshaping (e.g., reorganization, management directed reassignments, furlough, transfer of function, reduction in force).File Size: KB.

By Reg Jones on J Creditable service: FERS, DOWNSIZING, EMPLOYMENT, FERS annuity computation, Re-employment, Reductions in force, RETIREMENT, term employee Q.

I am a federal employee who was a temporary firefighter for two years, then because of. Federal Downsizing: The Costs and Savings of Buyouts Versus Reductions-In-Force: Ggd [U.

Government Accountability Office (] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Pursuant to a congressional request, GAO reviewed federal workforce downsizing, focusing on the projected costs and savings from federal workforce buyouts and reductions-in-force (RIF) over a 5-year period.

The DoD service computation date is the date the employee entered government, adjusted for any military service. In general, employees with periods of assessed performance of less than 12 months are categorized and ranked below employees with periods of assessed performance of 12 months or more.

A Staffing Reduction occurs when an employer must eliminate one or more staff positions. Staffing reductions are usually a response to revenue shortfalls.

However, a staffing reduction may result from reorganization or lack of work. Employers can respond to staffing. Reduction in Force in Federal Government. When an agency conducts a significant job reduction, it must use formal reduction in force procedures published by the Office of Personnel Management.

These rules create four standards for determining which employees are released, and which are retained, either in their current positions or in another. In all of these scenarios and more, a layoff or reduction in force ("RIF") is often part of the company's strategic plan.

Effectuating a RIF, though, is itself fraught with legal risks. State and federal agencies as well as individual employees may force the company to defend its actions at every step. the manner in which federal facility operators prepared for every conceivable contingency.

Just as federal agencies prepared responsibly and effectively for that scenario, so we must expect that utility interruptions will occur in the near future – perhaps on a wide scale – and prepare accordingly. Browsing: Reductions in force. RIF 0. By Reg Jones on Novem DOWNSIZING, PAY, Reductions in force, service computation date.

I am a GS with the Department of the Air Force. I am going on 42 with 23 years of federal service. I would like to know if I would qualify for anything if a reduction in force were to take place. vocabulary, Federal workers were famil-iar with the term “RIF” which stands for reduction in force.

In theory, downsizing is different than the normal workforce re-ductions (or RIF) that various Federal agencies have faced during their histo-ries. Traditionally, reductions in. Reductions in Force at Census Bureau: Joint Hearing Before the Subcommittee on Human Resources and the Subcommittee on Census and Population of the Committee on Post Office and Civil Service, House of Representatives, Ninety-seventh Congress, Second Session, J Author: United States.

Congress. House. Committee on Post Office and. Content Development and Dissemination Services The U.S. Government Publishing Office (GPO) provides a number of content development and dissemination services for our Federal Agency clients as part of our mission of "Keeping America Informed." Here at the Publication & Information Sales Division, we offer: GPO Sales Program, which not only makes your publications available on.

Director, Federal Human Resource Management Issues GAO recently completed a review of the impact of reductions-in- force (RIFs) at three Department of Defense installations on groups covered by equal employment opportunity (EEO) laws.

GAO focused on DOD RIFs. Federal Handbooks – Federal Personnel Handbook Federal Personnel Handbook 2File Size: 1MB.5 U.S.C., ; sec. also issued under E.O.58 FR 51 FRJan. 3,unless otherwise noted.GAO discussed the impact of reductions-in-force (RIF) on minorities and women at three Department of Defense installations.

GAO noted that: (1) RIF actions have resulted in separations of minorities in numbers disproportionate to the numbers in the workforce at the three installations reviewed; (2) women have been separated in disproportionate numbers at two of the locations; (3) minorities.