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Primer on the Gov't Rationalization Program

SECTION 3: THE ADMINISTRATIVE MECHANISM ON GRIEVANCE AND APPEAL

40. Is there a mechanism to hear the issues and concerns of affected personnel on the Rationalization Program?

Yes. The Change Management Team in every department/agency would set up an internal mechanism that would hear and settle the issues and concerns that may be raised by personnel who may be affected by the effort.

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»40. Is there mechanism to hear issues/ concerns of affected personnel?
»41. Where would affected personnel submit their issues/concerns?
»42. Could affected personnel appeal the decision of the Agency Head?
»43. What actions may be the subject of complaints and appeals?
»44. What actions are not appealable to the CSC?
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