A public hearing was held yesterday on Bill 267-34 seeking to amend the procedural protections within the classified civil service. The amendment proposes to change the 60 day rule to 90 days; which refers to when management shall give the employee in the classified service notice and statement of adverse actions from the date in which management knew or should have known the facts or events which form the alleged basis for such action. GFT testified against the bill and expressed the need of mandatory processing time periods at the CSC for all adverse actions appeals and grievances.
GFT OPPOSES CHANGE TO 60-DAY RULE AT THE CSC
by Irish Olivares | May 21, 2018 | Customs & Quarantine, DPW (Bus Operations), GCC Support Staff, GDOE Support Staff, GDOE Teachers, Guam Behavioral Health & Wellness Center, Guam Fire Department, Guam Memorial Hospital Authority, Guam Police Department, Guam Port Authority, Guam Waterworks Authority, Local News | 0 comments