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His or her appointment does not require a new probationary period and he or she does not hold another type of status of appointment for the class. The term includes parking lots, garages or vehicle depots that are owned or leased by the State. Fellatio, cunnilingus or other oral-genital contact; 4. 4-14-76] — (NAC A by Personnel Commn by R183-03, 1-27-2004) Working day, for the purpose of a grievance, a complaint described in NAC 284.658 or an appeal, means Monday to Friday, inclusive, excluding holidays. 10-26-84; A by Personnel Commn by R033-17, ) Work-related injury or occupational disease means any injury or illness suffered by an employee that arises out of and in the course of his or her employment in the classified service and for which an employee has filed a claim pursuant to chapter 616A, 616B, 616C, 616D or 617 of NRS. ) As used in NRS 284.350 and 284.355, the Administrator will interpret working day to mean a period of work consisting of 8 hours.
284.057 Division of Human Resource Management defined. He or she has successfully completed the probationary period for the class; or 2. 8-11-73] — (NAC A by Dept of Personnel, 10-26-84) Premises of the workplace means any building, office, vehicle or location, or any part thereof, specifically intended to serve as a place where work is performed by an employee during the course of a workday, including, without limitation, irregular shifts, or any other building, office, vehicle or location at or in which an employee is authorized to perform work by the agency with which he or she is employed.
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.
If the change is approved by the Division of Human Resource Management, the effective date will be determined by the Budget Division. In effecting a reclassification pursuant to subsection 2 or 4, the appointing authority must review and take into consideration the organizational structure and the qualifications of the incumbent before assigning new duties to a position which are intended to be permanent.
Review of policies, procedures and internal communications; 4. Review of data relating to employees, including, without limitation, statistics relating to turnover; 6. Review of complaints described in NAC 284.658 which are filed by employees. ; A by R033-17, ) Paid status means the time that an employee is: 1. On leave with pay, except catastrophic leave; or 3.
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.
1-22-2002) Except as otherwise provided in this chapter, pay progression date means the date on which an employee completes 1 year of employment equivalent to full-time service following the appointment to his or her current grade.
1-22-2002) Part-time employment means a work schedule that is less than 100 percent of the full-time equivalent established for an employees pay class designation.
284.065 Full-time equivalency and full-time equivalent defined. (Added to NAC by Dept of Personnel by R147-01, eff.
1-1-2016) Rating of performance means the overall rating of an employees performance efficiency, character and conduct which is included in the report on performance of an employee. Penetration, however slight, by a person of an object into the genital or anal opening of the body of another person for the purpose of arousing or gratifying the sexual desire of either person; or 6. Submission to such speech or conduct is made either explicitly or implicitly a term or condition of a persons employment; 2. A noncompetitive appointment in which an employee moves from one position to another position in the same class or a related class with the same grade; or 2. 4-17-98; A by Personnel Commn by R065-98, 7-24-98) 1. (d) The Technical Assistance Manual for the Americans with Disabilities Act. A copy of the materials adopted by reference pursuant to this section may be obtained at no charge from the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission at the Internet address 7-6-92; A 10-27-97; R082-00, 8-2-2000; A by Personnel Commn by R059-09, ; R097-16, 11-2-2016) If any of the provisions of this chapter are held, for any reason, to be invalid, it is intended that the validity of the remaining provisions not be affected thereby. (b) Significant change means a change in the duties and responsibilities assigned to a position in a class that: (1) Is outside of the scope of the class as described by the class specification; (2) Is not part of the scope of responsibility of the position; and (3) Results in the preponderance of duties and responsibilities being allocated to a different class. If an appointing authority or an employee proposes the creation of a new class, a reclassification of a position to a different class or the reallocation of an existing class based upon a gradual accumulation of duties and responsibilities which results in a significant change and is intended to be permanent, the Division of Human Resource Management or agency personnel officer must be notified on the appropriate form.
The term does not include a location that constitutes an employees usual and customary living quarters, except when the living quarters are also used to care for children pursuant to a state program or as otherwise authorized by the State. 12-7-2006) Promotion means an advancement to a position in a class which has a higher grade than the class previously held. 10-26-84; A by Personnel Commn by R183-03, 1-27-2004; R102-15, , eff. 24, 4-14-76] — (NAC A by Dept of Personnel, 10-26-84; A by Personnel Commn by R097-16, 11-2-2016) Reemployment means a noncompetitive appointment of a current or former employee to a class for which he or she has reemployment rights, as provided in this chapter, because of military service, layoff, a permanent disability arising from a work-related injury or occupational disease, seasonal separation, reallocation or reclassification of his or her position to a lower grade. 10-26-84; A 3-1-96; A by Personnel Commn by R142-05, ) Reinstatement means a noncompetitive appointment of a former permanent employee to a class he or she formerly held or to a comparable class. 10-26-84; A 8-1-91) who reviews the report on performance upon the request of the employee pursuant to paragraph (b) of subsection 9 of NAC 284.470. ; A by R144-05, ; R056-10, ; R041-15, ) Sexual conduct means: 1. Physical contact by a person with the genitals or pubic area of another person for the purpose of arousing or gratifying the sexual desire of either person; 5. 12-7-2006) Sexual harassment means unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, or other speech or physical conduct of a sexual nature when: 1. 27, 4-14-76] — (NAC A by Dept of Personnel, 10-26-84; R197-99, 1-26-2000; R147-01, 1-22-2002) Transfer means: 1. 28, 4-14-76] — (NAC A by Dept of Personnel, 10-26-84; 11-16-95) Trial period means the 6-month or 1-year probationary period served by a permanent employee who has been promoted to a vacant position. 10-26-84; A 8-1-91; 12-26-91) Underfill means the filling of a position with an employee holding a position in a lower classification, except for those situations where employees are in classifications which are training or intermediate levels preparatory to promotion to the journey level class. (Added to NAC by Dept of Personnel by R031-98, eff. For the purposes of this section: (a) Agency personnel officer means the Director of Personnel within the Nevada System of Higher Education or any person holding a position in the classified service with the title of Personnel Officer.
284.692 Extension of time to file grievance or complaint or take required action: Mutual agreement; unilateral extension by appointing authority or designee; review by Employee-Management Committee. As used in this chapter, unless the context otherwise requires, the words and terms defined in NAC 284.021 to 284.1125, inclusive, have the meanings ascribed to them in those sections. 8-11-73] — (NAC A by Dept of Personnel, 10-26-84) Appointment means the acceptance by an applicant of an offer of employment by an appointing authority and their mutual agreement as to a date of hire. 10-26-84) Center for assessment means a method of examination based upon an assessment and rating process which uses a series of oral, written and performance exercises. 11-12-93) Class means a group of positions sufficiently similar with respect to their duties and responsibilities that the same title may be reasonably and fairly used to designate each position allocated to the class, substantially the same tests of fitness may be used, substantially the same minimum qualifications may be required and the same schedule of compensation may be applied with equity. (Added to NAC by Dept of Personnel by R147-01, eff.