I. Management will give consideration to an employee's request for temporary adjustment of a part-time work schedule because of personal hardship or to permit participation in management approved details, other assignments or training, if operating conditions permit.
Section 5--Furlough and Recall Procedures (DOCs)
Furlough and recall of seasonal employees in the Data Operations Centers will be accomplished in the following manner. The Union reserves the right to bargain the furlough and recall procedures on seasonal employees other than those employed in the Data Operations Centers.
A. The Administration shall canvass and furlough first those seasonal employees of the installation who volunteer to be furloughed. If more employees wish to be furloughed than is necessary, the employees with the earliest service computation date will be placed on furlough.
B. Furlough those seasonal employees whose most recent summary appraisal is less than fully successful, those with the most recent service computation dates first.
C. Furlough those seasonal employees whose most recent summary appraisal is fully successful or better, those with the most recent service computation dates first.
D. In cases of ties on any roster, the choice shall be determined by lot.
A. Seasonal employees whose most recent summary appraisal was "fully successful" or better will be recalled first, based on the earliest service computation dates. All other seasonal employees will constitute the second group for recall, and within that group, also, recall will be by service computation date.
B. In case of ties on any roster, the choice will be determined by lot.
A. Notice of recall shall be given to employees at the earliest feasible date, but not less than ten (10) workdays before the effective date of the action.
B. Management will attempt to give employees at least 10 days advance notice of furlough.