Chapter 357-58 - Washington management service

  1. § 357-58-005 - What is the key role and accountability for Washington management service employees in state government?
  2. § 357-58-010 - What is the purpose of the Washington management service (WMS) rules?
  3. § 357-58-015 - Who is authorized to adopt rules for the WMS?
  4. § 357-58-020 - What are the goals of the WMS rules?
  5. § 357-58-025 - Are WMS employees included in the classified service and what rules apply to WMS employees and positions?
  6. § 357-58-027 - Must agencies maintain position descriptions for each WMS position?
  7. § 357-58-028 - Must a standard form be used to describe each WMS position?
  8. § 357-58-032 - What is the requirement for agencies to develop procedures which address determining inclusion in WMS and evaluating positions for placement within the management bands?
  9. § 357-58-035 - What is the definition of a manager or managerial employee?
  10. § 357-58-040 - Which manager positions or managerial employees are excluded from WMS and not covered by chapter 357-58 WAC?
  11. § 357-58-042 - What happens when it has been determined that a position no longer meets the definition of manager found in WAC 357-58-035?
  12. § 357-58-045 - Who is covered by the WMS rules?
  13. § 357-58-050 - What chapters of civil service rules apply to WMS positions?
  14. § 357-58-055 - What civil service rules do not apply to WMS?
  15. § 357-58-060 - Do the WMS rules apply to all general government employers?
  16. § 357-58-065 - Definitions for WMS
  17. § 357-58-070 - What are the responsibilities of each agency for effectively managing and budgeting salaries for WMS positions?
  18. § 357-58-075 - Must agencies have a salary administration policy?
  19. § 357-58-080 - How are positions assigned to the management bands?
  20. § 357-58-081 - How are positions placed into the WMS medical band?
  21. § 357-58-085 - Can WMS salaries be set outside the maximum of an assigned management band?
  22. § 357-58-087 - If the legislature approves a salary increase, will employees whose base salaries are set outside the maximum of the assigned management band receive the salary increase?
  23. § 357-58-090 - For what reasons can an agency adjust a WMS salary?
  24. § 357-58-095 - May agencies provide salary increases for WMS employees?
  25. § 357-58-096 - How often may agencies provide salary increases for WMS employees?
  26. § 357-58-100 - Is there a limit for salary increases?
  27. § 357-58-105 - When can exceptions to the salary increase limits be made?
  28. § 357-58-110 - What is a promotion?
  29. § 357-58-115 - What is a voluntary demotion and what changes may occur in salary?
  30. § 357-58-120 - What is a disciplinary demotion and what changes may occur in salary?
  31. § 357-58-125 - What is an involuntary downward movement and how does that affect the salary?
  32. § 357-58-126 - How is the employee affected when the employee's position is involuntarily moved downward as described in WAC 357-58-125?
  33. § 357-58-130 - Do salary increases greater than five percent for a group of employees need approval?
  34. § 357-58-132 - Upon return from exempt service, how is a WMS employee's salary set?
  35. § 357-58-135 - [Repealed]
  36. § 357-58-136 - Can an employer authorize a lump sum payment to support recruitment and/or retention of a WMS position?
  37. § 357-58-137 - For what reasons may a WMS employee be required to pay back the recruitment and/or retention lump sum payment?
  38. § 357-58-140 - [Repealed]
  39. § 357-58-141 - [Effective until 1/1/2024] When must a Washington management service (WMS) employee receive location based premium pay?
  40. § 357-58-141 - [Effective 1/1/2024] When must a Washington management service (WMS) employee receive location based premium pay?, version 2
  41. § 357-58-145 - When may an agency authorize lump sum relocation compensation?
  42. § 357-58-150 - For what reasons may an employee be required to pay back the relocation payment?
  43. § 357-58-155 - Must the agency develop written criteria for relocation compensation?
  44. § 357-58-160 - [Effective until 12/31/2023] How are hours of work established for WMS employees?
  45. § 357-58-160 - [Effective 12/31/2023] How are hours of work established for WMS employees?, version 2
  46. § 357-58-165 - Do WMS employees receive leave benefits?
  47. § 357-58-170 - What about other pay issues?
  48. § 357-58-175 - Can an employer authorize lump sum vacation leave or accelerate vacation leave accrual rates to support the recruitment and/or retention of an employee or candidate for a WMS position?
  49. § 357-58-180 - Must an agency have a policy regarding authorization of additional leave to support the recruitment of a candidate or the retention of an employee for a WMS position?
  50. § 357-58-185 - Must an agency develop a recruitment and selection policy and/or procedure for WMS positions?
  51. § 357-58-190 - What must be addressed in agency's WMS recruitment and selection policy and/or procedure?
  52. § 357-58-195 - Are employers required to grant promotional preference when filling WMS positions?
  53. § 357-58-200 - How may transfers occur?
  54. § 357-58-205 - Under what conditions may an employer reassign a WMS employee?
  55. § 357-58-207 - How much notice must an employer give when reassigning a WMS employee?
  56. § 357-58-210 - When may a WMS employee transfer to a WGS position and vice versa?
  57. § 357-58-215 - May a permanent employee voluntarily demote to a WGS position?
  58. § 357-58-220 - May a permanent WMS employee accept a nonpermanent appointment in the WGS?
  59. § 357-58-225 - What return rights must an employer provide to a permanent WMS employee who accepts a nonpermanent appointment to a WGS position?
  60. § 357-58-226 - What happens when a WMS employee who was serving a review period and was appointed to a WGS nonpermanent position returns to the same or different WMS position?
  61. § 357-58-230 - May a permanent WMS employee accept an appointment to a project position in the general service and does the employee have any return right to the employee's permanent WMS position?
  62. § 357-58-235 - May employers create WMS positions in projects?
  63. § 357-58-240 - What are the notification requirements for appointing an employee to a project WMS position?
  64. § 357-58-245 - Must an employee appointed to a project position serve a review period?
  65. § 357-58-250 - Must an employee who transfers or voluntarily demotes to a project WMS position serve a review period?
  66. § 357-58-255 - May a permanent WMS employee accept a project appointment within WMS and does the employee have any return rights to the employee's permanent WMS position?
  67. § 357-58-260 - What happens to employees in project WMS positions at the conclusion of the project?
  68. § 357-58-265 - When may an agency make an acting WMS appointment and what actions are required?
  69. § 357-58-270 - Does time in an acting appointment count as time in the review period?
  70. § 357-58-275 - May a permanent WMS employee accept an acting WMS appointment and what are the employee's return rights at the conclusion of the acting appointment?
  71. § 357-58-280 - How much notice must an employer give for ending an acting appointment?
  72. § 357-58-285 - When must a WMS employee serve a review period?
  73. § 357-58-290 - How long does the review period last?
  74. § 357-58-295 - May a review period be extended beyond the initial time period?
  75. § 357-58-300 - Does time spent on leave without pay, shared leave, or time spent on a temporary leave of absence for service in an elective office or legislative service count towards completion of an employee's review period?
  76. § 357-58-305 - When does a WMS employee attain permanent status?
  77. § 357-58-310 - When may a WMS employee be required to serve a WMS review period?
  78. § 357-58-315 - When may an employee, who is promoted to another WMS position, in a different agency, while serving a review period, be required to serve a WMS review period?
  79. § 357-58-320 - What happens when a WMS employee promotes to a new WMS position within the same agency while serving in a review period?
  80. § 357-58-325 - What happens when a WGS employee serving a probationary or trial service period is appointed to a WMS position within the same agency?
  81. § 357-58-330 - What happens when a WGS employee serving a probationary or trial service period is appointed to a WMS position in a different agency?
  82. § 357-58-335 - When a WMS employee is promoted in the same position as a result of additional new duties, is a review period required?
  83. § 357-58-340 - When does reversion take place during a review period?
  84. § 357-58-345 - When a permanent WMS employee does not complete the review period, what reversion rights does the employee have?
  85. § 357-58-350 - When a permanent WGS employee does not complete the review period for a WMS position, what reversion rights does the employee have?
  86. § 357-58-355 - Can a permanent employee voluntarily revert during a review period?
  87. § 357-58-360 - May a reverted employee and an agency come to mutual agreement on reversion placement?
  88. § 357-58-365 - Does a WMS employee who does not have permanent status in the classified service have reversion rights?
  89. § 357-58-370 - Are there any appeal rights for reversion or separation during the review period?
  90. § 357-58-375 - When permanent WMS employees promote or demote to positions in the general service and fail to complete the trial service period what reversion rights do permanent WMS employees have?
  91. § 357-58-385 - What is the responsibility of general government employers to provide training and development to WMS employees?
  92. § 357-58-390 - What is the responsibility of WMS managers?
  93. § 357-58-395 - What is the role of the department of enterprise services?
  94. § 357-58-400 - How does each agency deal with developmental needs of managers?
  95. § 357-58-405 - In addition to the requirements of chapter 357-37 WAC, what must the performance management process focus on for WMS employees?
  96. § 357-58-410 - When and how often must performance feedback be provided to a WMS employee through the formal evaluation process?
  97. § 357-58-415 - What forms and procedures must employers use to plan for and evaluate the performance of managers?
  98. § 357-58-420 - May employers supplement the standardized performance evaluation procedures and forms?
  99. § 357-58-425 - May an employer factor in employee performance when granting recognition leave for WMS employees?
  100. § 357-58-430 - How does an employer receive choice performance confirmation which enables them to factor in performance when granting recognition leave for WMS employees?
  101. § 357-58-435 - What elements will the director evaluate to determine if an employer should be granted choice performance confirmation?
  102. § 357-58-438 - What is the impact of a layoff?
  103. § 357-58-440 - How may an employer lay off WMS employees and what notice is required?
  104. § 357-58-445 - What are the reasons for layoff?
  105. § 357-58-450 - How does a WMS employee return from an exempt appointment?
  106. § 357-58-455 - How does an employer implement a layoff action?
  107. § 357-58-460 - What must be included in the employer's layoff procedure?
  108. § 357-58-465 - What option does a permanent employee in a WMS position have to take a position when the employee is scheduled for layoff?
  109. § 357-58-470 - How does an employer determine an employee's employment retention rating?
  110. § 357-58-475 - Does a veteran receive any preference in layoff?
  111. § 357-58-477 - Is a WMS employee who is rehired following layoff considered to have had a break in state service?
  112. § 357-58-480 - What provisions govern separation due to disability for WMS employees?
  113. § 357-58-485 - What provisions govern non-disciplinary separation for WMS employees?
  114. § 357-58-490 - What provisions govern separation for unauthorized absence for WMS employees?
  115. § 357-58-500 - May an employee request withdrawal of the employee's resignation?
  116. § 357-58-505 - Does a WMS employee have appeal rights?
  117. § 357-58-510 - Can the agency's decision regarding which WMS position to eliminate in a layoff action be appealed?
  118. § 357-58-515 - When a WMS employee disagrees with an employer's action, can the employee request the employer reconsider the action that was taken?
  119. § 357-58-520 - What requirements must be included in the agency's WMS reconsideration procedures?
  120. § 357-58-525 - How does the employee request reconsideration of an agency action?
  121. § 357-58-530 - What is the responsibility of agencies to track and analyze requests for reconsideration of agency actions?
  122. § 357-58-540 - [Repealed]
  123. § 357-58-546 - What is the director's authority to review actions taken by an agency under chapter 357-58 WAC or to audit an agency's WMS processes?
  124. § 357-58-550 - May an employer temporarily layoff a WMS employee?
  125. § 357-58-551 - Are there any limits to temporary layoff?
  126. § 357-58-552 - Under the provisions of temporary layoff, what happens if an employer has less than twenty hours per week of work for a WMS employee to perform?
  127. § 357-58-553 - What is the notice requirement to temporarily layoff a WMS employee?
  128. § 357-58-554 - What is a WMS employee's status during temporary layoff?
  129. § 357-58-555 - At the conclusion of a temporary layoff, does a WMS employee have the right to return to the position that was held immediately prior to being temporarily laid off?
  130. § 357-58-556 - How is a WMS employee's temporary layoff day determined when an employee works a night shift schedule which begins one calendar day and ends on the next?
  131. § 357-58-565 - [Repealed]

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