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Article 26 Temporary and Probationary Employees
Posted On: Oct 29, 2013

Article 26

Temporary and Probationary Employees

Section 1. Temporary Employees

a. This Section applies to those temporary employees who are in the

bargaining unit.

b. Barring exceptional circumstances beyond Management’s control, temporary

employees in the bargaining unit shall be given not less than one (1) pay

period’s notice of the termination of their appointment.

c. Temporary employees shall be provided a copy of their official position

description and be told of the conditions of employment upon entrance on

duty.

d. The Union has the right to discuss its concerns with Management regarding

the use of temporary employment.

e. Temporary employees shall not be used to circumvent the merit staffing

procedure.

Section 2. Probationary Employees

a. The purpose of this Section is to clarify certain rights of probationary

employees where those rights may not be clear elsewhere in this

Agreement.

b. The Department agrees to provide probationary employees a reasonable

and fair opportunity to make good.

c. The Department agrees to evaluate the performance of probationary

employees during the probationary period and to counsel the employee

concerning performance deficiencies. The Department shall give the

employees the results of any interim review.

d. Probationary employees will usually be given fifteen (15) workdays notice of

their separation. The notice shall specify the reason(s) for the separation.

At the same time, Management shall notify Local 12 of the action and the

employee’s Agency.

e. Probationary employees have the right to Union representation.


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