Performance appraisal (51 - 55 of 55 items)
Alleged Management Irregularities at the Ashland Federal Correctional Institution
GGD-79-14: Published: Nov 8, 1978. Publicly Released: Nov 8, 1978.
The following allegations were made concerning the operation of the Federal Correctional Institution in Ashland, Kentucky: unwarranted adverse actions and poor performance evaluations of employees, low employee morale, high personnel turnover under the new warden, and unnecessary renovation of the warden's residence. The new warden was assigned in July 1977 to straighten out a floundering institut...
Labor-Management Relations at the Fargo, North Dakota, Post Office
GGD-78-103: Published: Aug 7, 1978. Publicly Released: Aug 21, 1978.
Allegations were made by employees of unfair promotion practices and employee harassment at the Fargo, North Dakota, Post Office. An investigation of the allegations about promotion practices revealed that management did not always follow proper procedures, but because of the subjective nature of judging applicants and incomplete documentation, it was difficult to determine whether the best qualif...
A Management Concern: How To Deal With the Nonproductive Federal Employee
FPCD-78-71: Published: Aug 10, 1978. Publicly Released: Aug 10, 1978.
Concerns have been expressed that many government employees are not productive and that nothing can be done about it. Federal agencies are empowered to fire, suspend, or demote employees in accordance with established laws, regulations, and procedures.The Civil Service Commissioners, top agency officials, leaders of federal employee unions, and federal employees hold widely divergent views on the...
GAO Merit Staffing Program Panel Screening Guidelines
101088: Nov 16, 1976
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Grade Creep at New Cumberland Army Depot, Pennsylvania
FPCD-77-1: Published: Oct 8, 1976. Publicly Released: Oct 8, 1976.
Charges that the reorganization of the U.S. Army International Logistics Center at New Cumberland Army Depot, Pennsylvania, would create unnecessary cost to the taxpayer are investigated. Records were examined and discussions were held with Army and Civil Service officials. The reorganization, when completed, will increase both the number of personnel and the overall grade structure. No major addi...