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(a) An appointing authority may propose subdivision of an agency into organizational units for purposes of employment or layoff by submitting a written plan for subdivision to the director. Organizational units may be recognized on the basis of geographic area, function or class of employment, and may be different for different classes and types of employment. For purposes of this section, the types of employment are full-time, part-time and seasonal.
(b) The director shall notify the appointing authority of recognized organizational units, and those units must after that be used as a basis for employment or layoff. The appointing authority shall post a copy of the notice of recognition and shall distribute copies of the notice to affected employees.
(c) The director may withdraw recognition of organizational units created under this section upon notice to the appointing authority at any time the director determines that withdrawal of recognition is in the best interests of the state service.
History: In effect before 6/28/84; am 6/28/84, Register 91
Authority: AS 39.25.070
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