Layoff: Preferential Rehire and Recall Rights
December 16, 2009 11:25:52 AM PST
Find out about the rights of career UCSD employees who have been notified of layoff and who may be eligible for preferential rehire and recall.
The information below applies to UCSD non-probationary career employees who have received notice of layoff and are eligible for preferential rehire and recall.
Career employees who have been notified of layoff can request preferential rehire status. These employees receive early consideration for any career position they are qualified and eligible for (as determined by the UC policy or collective bargaining agreement for the position held at the time of layoff). The vacant position must not exceed the salary-range maximum or percent of appointment held originally.
Departments can recall employees to career vacancies in the same payroll title and at the same or lesser percent of time as the position held at the time of layoff.
- Departments, not employees, initiate recall.
- The scope of recall may be further defined for employees laid off from a School of Medicine department.
- Recall rights extend for one to three years from the date of layoff, depending on the Personnel Policies for Staff Members (PPSM) or the applicable collective bargaining agreement.
- Rights to recall end if an employee:
- Accepts a career position and completes the trial employment period, if applicable
- Refuses to be recalled
- Fails to respond to a written notice of an employment opportunity
- Refuses two offers of employment for a career position at the same or higher salary and same percent of time as the position held at the time of layoff
- Resigns or retires from university employment
- Accepts a career position at the same or higher salary level and same or greater percent of time as the employee's original position
Eligibility for preference and recall is determined by Personnel Policies for Staff Members (PPSM) or the applicable collective bargaining agreements.
For additional information or to request services, contact Denise Karp
, (858) 534-6333.
Notice: The information on this page summarizes provisions of university policies and/or collective
bargaining agreements. Refer to the Personnel Policies for Staff
Members (PPSM) or applicable collective bargaining
agreement for full text of referenced information.