Chemical Processing Department Monthly Report: July 1957 Page: 96 of 107
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Pass folders were issued to 28 persons for perfect attendance as follows:
7 Yrs. 1 Person
Twenty-three inquiries in regard to credit references, records of employees, or other
aspects of employment for C.P.D. employees were answered during the month.
During the month of July, eight employees in the Power Operator seniority group were
declared excess and transferred in accordance with Bargaining Unit procedures. No
ROFs or downgrades were given to CPD employees as a result of this excess. Three Jr.
Power Operators were downgraded to miscellaneous operators in IPD. One FPD employee
was downgraded to miscellaneous operator and transferred to CPD. The remainder trans-
ferred in classification.
Also during July it was necessary to reduce CPD's craft force
Bargaining Unit procedures were followed and no CPD employees
received ROFs; all transferred in classification to available
CPD also has three more excess Jr. Power Operators
components. As a result of these transfers, three
the seniority list will receive ROFs.
by five. Here again,
were downgraded or
openings in other HAPO
who will be transferred to other
Jr. Operators on the bottom of
Requests for Transfer (Exempt)
on Hand 7/1/57
on Hand 7/31/57
Number of Interview Trips
Aplications for Employment (Exempt)
Applications received during July
Invited for interviews
A meeting was held July 18 tith the managers of Employee Relations, the three
operating plants, and Power and General Maintenance to arrive at a plan of action for
completing the cases of exempt personnel now considered available and to determine
specific names of personnel affected. While efforts will be continued to find
suitable assignments for these people, if nothing can be developed in this direction
they will be removed from the payroll or, where applicable, be offered a non-exempt
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Hanford Atomic Products Operation. Chemical Processing Department. Chemical Processing Department Monthly Report: July 1957, report, August 22, 1957; Richland, Washington. (https://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc1312193/m1/96/: accessed May 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, https://digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.