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Title 2 . Administration
Chapter 7 . Public Information
Section 260. Return of permanent employee during probationary period

2 AAC 07.260. Return of permanent employee during probationary period

(a) If a probationary employee holding permanent status performs in less than a fully satisfactory manner during the probationary period, the employee may be returned without prior notice to the class in which permanent status is held, or transferred to another appropriate class at the salary range in which permanent status was obtained if the employee meets the minimum requirements for the class to which transferred.

(b) When returning or transferring an employee under (a) of this section, the appointing authority shall inform the employee in writing of the unsatisfactory performance and the reasons for the return or transfer.

(c) A return or transfer under subsection (a) of this section must be within the location and department in which probationary status is held. If no vacancy exists in the class in which permanent status is held, the employee must return to the department in which permanent status was gained with no change in geographic location. If no vacancy exists in the department and job class in which permanent status was gained, the employee will be placed into layoff from the department, job class, and status in which permanent status was gained and in the location of the probationary position from which the employee is being returned, or to another location designated as acceptable to the employee.

History: In effect before 6/28/84; am 6/28/84, Register 91; am 8/25/2005, Register 175

Authority: AS 39.25.070

AS 39.25.140

AS 39.25.150


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