Without mentioning the benefits of this proposal or any other, the idea of targeted redistribution in different sectors of the shuttle is worth discussing. Can the government force you to relocate or risk losing your job? Do they need congressional approval? Do you have to have a mobility agreement? What are the opportunities for employees when their jobs move, but they don`t want to participate? An agency`s right to force the move and dismiss workers who refuse to move has been enshrined in jurisprudence since 1980. If the worker is not covered by a mobility agreement, the Agency is responsible for proving that it is doing so for legitimate management reasons that would promote the efficiency of the service and to adequately inform staff. If the Agency is able to fulfill this burden and the employee is unable to prove that reason is a pretext, the Merit Systems Protection Board (MSPB) generally maintains the distance. If staff are covered by a mobility agreement, it is even easier to defend the Agency`s move. One question I asked about this is about mobility agreements. Some workers must sign mobility agreements as a condition of employment. If the worker refuses to move, he or she may be dismissed because he or she does not meet a condition of employment. This leads to the mistaken belief that only workers with mobility contracts can be asked to relocate.
Other staff may also be asked to relocate. www.usajobs.gov/Help/working-in-government/benefits/ You can see so clearly that your work is being transferred elsewhere. Should most workers be afraid of having their jobs relocated? No no. If there is no large program like BRAC, the number of employees who have to move in a year is very low. This is not insignificant for people whose jobs are affected, but most workers will never be invited to take a geographic step that they do not want. If you do not provide all the necessary information, as stated in this vacancy notice, this may lead to an ineligible rating or affect the overall rating. You can request suitable accommodation at any time during the application or hiring process or during work. Applications are reviewed on a case-by-case basis. Education must be accredited by a accrediting institution, recognized by the U.S. Department of Education, so that it can be credited on qualifications.
Therefore, only indicate the participation and/or diplomas of schools accredited by accredited institutions recognized by the United States.