A. When the Chief Executive Officer concurs with the supervisor’s recommendation, any employee may be moved involuntarily from one position to another, which may or may not involve a change in line of work, without reference to any of the protective provisions described, provided no reduction in grade or rate of compensation is involved.

B. An involuntary reassignment is actually an “administrative assignment” with the best interests of the LBJ-American Samoa Medical Centers Authority as the primary objective.

C. Failure of an employee to comply with an involuntary (administrative) reassignment shall result in the employee’s immediate separation.

D. All recommendations and final processing of involuntary reassignments are effected by the use of a Notice of Official Personnel Action (LBJ-ASMCA Form 303).

History: Rule 01-2000, eff. Sept. 25, 2000.