(a) An agency head may move any employee involuntarily from one position to another, which mayor may not involve a change in class, without the right of appeal, provided no reduction in grade or rate of compensation is involved; the director’s or, in the case of the Judicial Branch, the Chief Justice’s concurrence is necessary.

(b) An involuntary reassignment is considered an “administrative reassignment” with the best interests of the government as the primary objectives.

(c) Failure of an employee to comply with an involuntary (administrative) reassignment shall result in his immediate separation.

(d) Any employee so reassigned may grieve through his agency’s grievance procedures.

History: Rule 10-81, eff 29 Jul 81, § 8.4.