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Workforce reductions

United States. General Accounting Office

Workforce reductions

downsizing strategies used in selected organizations : report to Congressional committees

by United States. General Accounting Office

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Published by The Office, The Office, [distributor in Washington, D.C, Gaithersburg, MD (P.O. Box 6015, Gaithersburg 20884-6015) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Downsizing of organizations -- Case studies,
  • Civil service -- United States

  • Edition Notes

    StatementUnited States General Accounting Office.
    GenreCase studies.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination42 p. ;
    Number of Pages42
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17088230M
    OCLC/WorldCa32296339

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Now the Workforce reductions book is a federal civilian workforce reduction of 12 percent by the year This pioneering study looks at the management of workforce reductions in the public sector both in theory and in : David M Jones. Purpose of the Workforce Reshaping Operations Handbook. • Specific authorities cited in the agency’s policy Workforce reductions book Applicable articles contained in the agency’s collective bargaining agreement(s) • Applicable laws in title 5, United States Code; and • Regulations published in title 5, Code of Federal Regulations File Size: KB.

Once a determination is made that a reduction is necessary, the task generally falls to legal counsel, operations, and human resources functions to devise a plan which accomplishes the economic objectives with the least amount of workforce disruption while minimizing the risks of litigation.

TIPS FOR PLANNING REDUCTIONS IN FORCE An important threshold question is whether a layoff is even necessary or appropriate. The typical objective in a layoff is to reduce expenses through the paring down of payroll and benefits-related costs.

Such cost savings may make a RIF attractive, but. The main purpose of a reduction in force plan template is to build a well-defined road map for workforce reductions. So the first thing you need to do is establish a clear reduction in force timeline.

This prompts better organization and sets clear goals. Under VSW, work reductions are shared by reducing employees’ work hours and Unemployment Insurance (UI) partially replaces lost earnings. By avoiding layoffs, employees stay connected to their jobs and employers maintain their skilled workforce for when business improves.

Voluntary Shared Work Program. MILITARY WAGES. A gradual reduction of the workforce over the course of two or more years will also be factored into this determination. Employment Laws. There are several employment laws that must be considered before deciding to move forward with a workforce reduction.

These laws include: Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Workforce reduction, more commonly known as downsizing, occurs when an employer institutes a mass termination of employees in an effort to reduce costs.

This also may be referred to as reductions in force, reorganization, or restructuring. While workforce reduction typically involves the permanent termination of employment, it can sometimes involve other methods, including:Author: Jaclyn Wishnia.

layoff, a reduction in hours not related to misconduct, or fired for reasons other than misconduct. Quitting Your Job Most people who quit do not receive benefits. If you quit for a good work-related reason, such as not being paid, you must have proof of that reason, and that you tried to correct the problem with your employer before Size: 4MB.

 25% of the overpayment for the first fraudulent claim;  50% of the overpayment for the second fraudulent claim; or.  % of theoverpayment for third fraudulent claim and all fraudulent claims thereafter.

 You may face criminal prosecution, including afine and/or jail Size: 2MB. First and foremost, our hearts and thoughts go out to all of you who have been affected in any way by this unprecedented crisis.

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Reductions in the predetermined salary of an employee who is exempt under Part of the Department of Labor's regulations will ordinarily cause a loss of the exemption.

Such an employee must then be paid at least the federal minimum wage and overtime pay required by the FLSA, as discussed in FAQ #2 above.

In some circumstances, however, a. This article outlines what a pragmatic and operational workforce planning process should look like—as well as predictive tools that help organizations measure and respond to their workforce gaps.

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This book analyzes the major U.S. employment-related legal issues (and other important considerations) that arise (1) when an employer is planning or preparing for a work force reduction, (2) in implementing a work force reduction, and (3) in the days and weeks following the announcement and rollout of such a business Size: KB.

Supplement their employees’ wages lost because of reduced work hours with partial unemployment benefits. Reduce normal weekly work hours for employees in an affected unit by at least 10 percent but not more than 40 percent; the reduction must affect at least 10 percent of the employees in that unit.

The main focus of downsizing has shifted from the private to the public sector. The cutbacks began in the Department of Defense. Now the goal is a federal civilian workforce reduction of 12 percent by the year Author: David M Jones. This book provides a comprehensive look at workforce education, an aspect of education which prepares individuals to be competitive in seeking employment or to improve on-the-job performance.

Written with the practitioner in mind, this is the only foundations book designed for Cited by: Under the VSW program, work reductions are shared by reducing employees' work hours and allowing employees to receive a fraction of regular UI benefits which is equal to the percent of their work hour reduction.

By avoiding layoffs, employees stay connected to their jobs and employers maintain their skilled workforce. The point of agreement here? You should always be trying to improve the quality of your employees. You don't have to a rigid rule, such as fire the bottom 10% Author: Paul B.

Brown. Workforce reduction strategies primarily focus on aligning labour costs with available budget to allow organisations the time to refocus and re-position for growth. The disadvantages on the other hand, is the tendency to target higher earning employees, losing sight of employee level of contribution and subsequent value return.Because the Arkansas Division of Workforce Services is a state agency, it does not earn a profit and does not measure success by business growth and expansion.

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