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1-22-2002) Occupational study means a classification study of a group of positions or related classes and class series, or any combination thereof, which is initiated by the Division of Human Resource Management and subsequently approved by the Commission. 10-27-97; A by Personnel Commn by R038-03, ) Organizational climate study means an independent study conducted by the Division of Human Resource Management to assess and evaluate the culture, effectiveness of management, employee morale and internal communication of an organization through a variety of methods, including, without limitation: 1. Interviews, including, without limitation, exit interviews; 3. PERSONNEL RECORDS 284.702 Reports of personnel actions. Relating to the manifestation of a disease or disorder in a family member of a person. 6-30-2010) Grade means the number assigned by the Division of Human Resource Management to identify the range of pay for a class. (Added to NAC by Dept of Personnel by R147-01, eff.
284.6952 Request for resolution conference; appointment of facilitator; effect of request for resolution conference on jurisdiction of Employee-Management Committee; arrangement. 1-22-2002) Genetic information means information: 1. That is obtained from genetic testing of a person; 2. 8-11-73] — (NAC A by Dept of Personnel by R098-99, 9-27-99) Nonstandard workweek means a work schedule of five shifts with the same number of hours each day and a maximum of 40 hours per week throughout the year.
If the last day is a Saturday, Sunday or state holiday, the period ends on the next day that is not a Saturday, Sunday or state holiday. (b) The ADA Amendments Act of 2008 (Public Law 110-325). However, the subsequent receipt of an application or examination score that confirms the qualifications of an incumbent will not have a bearing on the effective date.
4-17-98) Reappointment means a noncompetitive appointment of a current employee to a class he or she formerly held or to a comparable class. 10-26-84; A 8-1-91; A by Personnel Commn by R183-03, 1-27-2004) Reassignment or reassign means a noncompetitive placement of an employee as a reasonable accommodation to a position within the same grade or, if a position in the same grade is not available, to a position in a class with a lower grade for which the employee meets the minimum qualifications and is able to perform the essential functions. 11-2-2016) Reclassification means a change in the allocation of a position by: 1. Such speech or conduct has the purpose or effect of unreasonably interfering with a persons work performance or creating an intimidating, hostile or offensive working environment. 12-7-2006) Standard workweek means a work schedule of five shifts with the same number of hours each day and a maximum of 40 hours per week throughout the year. (b) Coordinate programs to remove barriers to equal employment opportunity while ensuring the effectiveness of the merit system and the opportunity for persons to enter the system and progress in it to the extent of their merit. As used in this section, gender identity or expression has the meaning ascribed to it in NRS 281.370. 8-11-73] — (NAC A by Dept of Personnel, 10-26-84; 7-6-92; R098-99, 9-27-99; A by Personnel Commn by R055-10, 6-30-2010; R023-11, ; R088-17, ) In computing a period of time mentioned in this chapter, the day of the act or event from which the period begins is not counted and the last day is counted unless the last day is a Saturday, Sunday or state holiday. For the purposes of determining the meaning of essential functions of a position, interactive process, person with a disability, qualified person with a disability and reasonable accommodation, the Division of Human Resource Management hereby adopts by reference and will refer to: (a) The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (Public Law 101-336). In that case, the effective date will be the date on which the appropriate information necessary to make the decision is received.
If an employee does not meet the minimum qualifications to reclassify his or her position, the employee is not eligible for promotion, but may be eligible for a special adjustment to his or her pay pursuant to NAC 284.206. The establishment of a new class or reallocation of a class in an occupational study which results in a fiscal cost becomes effective when the funding is provided by the Legislature in the biennial operating budget for this State. From the date on which the Division of Human Resource Management formally announces the beginning of an occupational study until the date on which the occupational study becomes effective: (a) An existing position in the occupational study that has a significant change may only be reclassified to an existing class.
No position will be reclassified to a higher grade through the individual classification process if the incumbent does not meet the minimum qualifications for the higher level position.