Summary: H.R.1341 — 102nd Congress (1991-1992)All Information (Except Text)

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Reported to Senate with amendment(s) (07/17/1991)

Federal Employee Reduction-in-Force Notification Act - Requires that at least 60 days' written notice be provided in advance to any Federal employee who is to be released as a result of a reduction in force and to such employee's collective-bargaining representative. Authorizes the President to shorten such period of advance notice to not less than 30 days if necessary because of circumstances not reasonably foreseeable. Outlines additional notice requirements to facilitate assistance under the Job Training Partnership Act with respect to a reduction in force involving the separation of 50 or more employees which must be met at least 60 days before any employee is so released.