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View Diary: Government agencies have no one-size-fits-all plan for sequester furloughs (24 comments)

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  •  Reject the speed-up, do it the union way (0+ / 0-)

    If you have a union representative, a reduction in work hours will require a reduction in work load. Consult with your union representative if you have not already been contacted.

    If you do not have a union representative, the same concept applies, only you have to do it yourself. Do not proceed without having negotiated what your new job responsibilities (with no speed-up) will be within your new work hours. Remember, you did not choose to reduce your work hours, so you are not responsible for figuring out how the curtailled part of your former workload can get done. Your boss has to take care of that part, not you.

    Eradicate magical thinking

    by Zinman on Sat Mar 09, 2013 at 10:59:12 PM PST

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