FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS FOR SUPERVISORS:
TEMPORARY NO POST
1. What is a Temporary No Post, and is it the same for the clerical and
Temporary No Post positions are positions of 36% time or greater, they
do not have a set term, and the expected duration is six (6) months
or less. This applies to both the clerical and technical units.
2. When does an employee have to serve probation?
Each employee selected to fill a vacancy for a continuing position
or a temporary posted position must serve a probation period. The intent
of the probation is to give the employee an opportunity to demonstrate
his/her ability to perform the duties of the position.
3. Do AFSCME 6 & 7 originally hired under a Temporary No Post
have to serve probation if another position was posted (Continuing Appointment)
and they are hired into that new position?
Yes. If the individual hired for the posted position is the same individual
who served in the initial position, s/he will begin a probationary period
after the second date of hire and will be granted seniority retroactive
from the date of initial hire into the Temporary No Post position, upon
successful completion of a six (6) month probationary period.