H.R. 1341, the Federal Employee Reduction-In-Force Notification Act and issues related to reductions-in-force: hearing before the Subcommittee on Human Resources of the Committee on Post Office and Civil Service, House or Representatives, One Hundred Second Congress, first session, April 18, 1991
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60 days advance 60-day notice affected employees AFL-CIO APRIL 18 assistance program base closures bill cents a minute Chairman Chris Sullivan CIVIL SERVICE civilian COMMITTEE ON POST Congress days 30 days days advance notice days notice days specific notice days/10 days Department of Defense Director dislocated worker units downsizing early-out Employee Reduction-in-Force Notification employment federal agencies Federal Employee Reduction-in-Force Federal Government federal workers Federal workforce flexibility FRANK HORTON Franklin Frazier Frazier HUMAN RESOURCES Kanjorski Klein labor-management committees least 60 days legislation MARK ROTH mass layoffs ment minimum notice period NAGE National OFFICE AND CIVIL Office of Personnel Operation Desert Shield OPM regulations OPM's opportunity outplacement percent Personnel Management placement assistance plant closings Portsmouth Naval Shipyard private sector reduce reduction in force Reduction-in-Force Notification Act reemployment assistance require retraining RIF's situations skills SUBCOMMITTEE ON HUMAN Thank Tobias Ungar union