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caligurl0222  
#1 Posted : Wednesday, October 9, 2019 9:12:34 AM(UTC)

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Has anyone been able to go back to their POD or a similar job after accepting a new one and not liking it?
I've heard you can do this but what is the criteria? Is it covered in the MOU/National Agreement? If you have personally done it or know a situation please comment.
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#2 Posted : Wednesday, October 9, 2019 10:40:25 AM(UTC)
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Has anyone been able to go back to their POD or a similar job after accepting a new one and not liking it?
I've heard you can do this but what is the criteria? Is it covered in the MOU/National Agreement? If you have personally done it or know a situation please comment.


If you find out please let me know as well
ilovejesus21  
#3 Posted : Wednesday, October 9, 2019 12:03:09 PM(UTC)
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Is the job you not liking is TCO bc I feel ya pain if it is...
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I knew of a couple Revenue Agents who transferred to CI and went back- one didn't make it through training and the other found he was not suited for the job. But I don't know if they have to take you back, or if it is up to the old office.
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caligurl0222  
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Is the job you not liking is TCO bc I feel ya pain if it is...



Lol, no it's ACS!!
Wow, is TCO bad? They seem so laid back and relaxed.
I applied and interviewed but didn't get selected.
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caligurl0222  
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I knew of a couple Revenue Agents who transferred to CI and went back- one didn't make it through training and the other found he was not suited for the job. But I don't know if they have to take you back, or if it is up to the old office.



Okay thanks! Good info.

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caligurl0222  
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Has anyone been able to go back to their POD or a similar job after accepting a new one and not liking it?
I've heard you can do this but what is the criteria? Is it covered in the MOU/National Agreement? If you have personally done it or know a situation please comment.


If you find out please let me know as well


I sure will! My previous NTEU Pres made it seem like it was no big deal as long as during training or OJI.

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I believe that both departments have to agree to it and it has to be within 60 days of you originally leaving. Best of luck, I hope it works out for you!
caligurl0222  
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I believe that both departments have to agree to it and it has to be within 60 days of you originally leaving. Best of luck, I hope it works out for you!



That makes sense as to what's going on here. This Ops Mngr not trying to release anyone from collections because they can't keep people!
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JayMan06  
#10 Posted : Thursday, October 10, 2019 5:04:43 PM(UTC)
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I believe that both departments have to agree to it and it has to be within 60 days of you originally leaving. Best of luck, I hope it works out for you!



That makes sense as to what's going on here. This Ops Mngr not trying to release anyone from collections because they can't keep people!


Read article 13 section 9b of the 2019 National Agreement (NTEU):

"At the employee’s request, and subject to the Employer’s right to assign employees, the Employer will make a reasonable effort to return an employee to his/her former or like positions who, within the last year, accepted another position but was subsequently unable to perform successfully in the position and the Employer determines not to pursue an adverse or performance-related action. Employees hired through an external source will be required to serve a probationary period. However, if the employee has already served a probationary period with IRS and does not successfully complete the probationary period and/or the formal training agreement required for the new position, as applicable, the Employer will make a reasonable effort to reassign the employee to their previous grade and same or similar position."

https://www.treasury.gov...ts/NTEU_IRS_Contract.pdf

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I have seen many employees go back to their old position because they couldn't do the job for which they were hired, some left after training, some after OJI, some after OJI but then went on a 4-month medical leave and then came back and went back. I think all of them went back based on the fact they could not do the job, so if you really hate it that much, you need to give a good reason to go back, you can't handle it, it is to difficult, you don't understand it stuff like that.
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caligurl0222 on 10/16/2019(UTC)
caligurl0222  
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Thanks Jayman06!

I was searching the National agreement for it.

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