At its discretion, an agency may choose one of the following methods to determine the initial rate to be paid for a worker`s basic salary: when the employee voluntarily switches to a GS position in the DOD or the Coast Guard from a NAFI position in the DOD or Coast Guard, without interruption of service greater than 3 days, the Agency must apply the initial rate of basic wage of the worker at the minimum rate of the highest applicable rate for the minimum rate of the maximum rate. Worker`s GS position The 1987 Orian Commission also the Agency may choose, at its sole discretion, one of the following methods for setting the worker`s base wage rate at a higher rate – the highest applicable rate ranges: if the highest applicable bargaining margin was different, if the official use of the employee`s GS position is at the location where the employee was parked while he deserves the NAFI HPR. , the Agency must determine the MPR as follows: Note: See the section “Other changes to GS positions” below for the rules, which apply when an employee of DOD or De Coast Guard NAFI moves into a GS position (1) with a service interruption of more than 3 days, or (2), if the GS position is not in DOD (for the movements of a NAFI DOD) or the Coast Guard (for the movements of an NAFI coast guard). “NAFI highest previous rate (HPR),” the highest rate of basic salary a worker receives in the NAFI position during his or her service, as described in 5 U.S.C 2105 (c). In 2016, an employee of NF-3 DOD NAFI in Boston ($42,005) will be unwittingly assigned, without interruption of service, to a GS-6 DOD station in Boston with roughly the same tasks. The GS-6 position is not covered by a special tariff. The worker`s right to the basic wage is as follows: these workers are not entitled to have their wages set at 5 CFR 531.212, in accordance with the higher authority of competence and special needs. In such cases, the Agency must set the worker`s base rate of pay to be paid at the minimum rate of the highest applicable rate for the staff member`s GS position, unless the above provisions do not apply when a DOD or De Coast Guard NAFI staff member moves to a GS position – the “maximum applicable rate range” refers to the rate applicable to a GS staff member. based on a given position of registration and official construction site, which offers the highest rates of base salary, without all the rates chosen. (Z.B. a range of special rates may exceed an applicable local rate. In some circumstances, the highest rate range may consist of two different types of pay scales, namely.
B a range in which special rates (based on a fixed dollar surcharge) are higher in the lower part of the range and locality rates are higher in the highest part of the sector. Step B: Find the lowest stage in boston`s GS-6 local fare zone, which is $42,005 or more (i.e. GS-6, Stage 3 or $42.069). Step C: Convert the stage B walking rate into a corresponding set (same step) on the most applicable fare range for the current official employment and the employee`s GS position.