During difficult times, federal agencies must be prepared to respond with HR strategies that will help them achieve mission success, regardless of the impact. Learn to properly execute a reduction in force (RIF) in the Planning and Conducting a RIF course from Graduate School USA – the leader in federal
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Know what to do when an agency abolishes positions, or separates or downgrades employees due to a reorganization, lack of work, shortage of funds, or insufficient personnel ceiling.

You’ll learn about competitive areas and levels, as well as how to apply the RIF retention factors: tenure, veterans' preference, service computation date, and performance credit. You’ll study how employees are released from their competitive level and reassigned, demoted, or separated; practice running a RIF;
and learn about appeal procedures, priority placement, and reemployment and restoration rights.

The issues surrounding reduction in force are complex. Prepare with Graduate School USA.


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