Commissioners approve personnel policy shift


November 11, 1992

Carroll's commissioners approved a revised personnel ordinance yesterday that modifies the current promotions policy. The ordinance takes effect Dec. 1.

The new policy says that if employees are promoted, their former jobs will be kept open for three months. If employees receive an unsatisfactory review in their new positions after a three-month probationary period, they may return to their former position.

The change was designed to encourage promotion, Director of Human Resources and Personnel Services Jimmie L. Saylor said.

The current ordinance says that employees are on probation for six months if they are promoted, and if their positions are not kept open.

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