MOU: Clerk Craft Excessing Seniority and Level Procedures (2012)

excessing , veterans preference

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The parties agreed that Clerks will be excessed from the losing installation by inverse seniority in their craft and status (FTR or PTF) without regard to pay level. The MOU also spelled out procedures when assigning impacted employees (including veterans preference eligible) to lower level vacancies.

Document Type:  Memorandum of Understanding

Craft:  Clerk

Tags: excessing , veterans preference

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