30-day notice

Col. Craig C. Peters, 911th Airlift Wing commander briefs the civilian workforce on the DoD proposed 11-day mandatory furlough during a civilian commander's call held May 31, 2013 at the Pittsburgh International Airport Air Reserve Station. The installations plan's involves furloughing employees one day a week from July 8 to Sept. 27, 2013. The 11-day furlough will have a negative impact on the 300+ civilian workforce and disrupt day-to-day operations, however, the commander's intent is to minimize those disruptions by not closing the base completely one day a week, but allow supervisors to work with employees on reaching mutually acceptable common ground between individual morale and meeting mission requirements. Following the briefing supervisors were given their workforce's 30-day intent to furlough notification, which were then distributed to employees, who signed and acknowledge receipt, making the initial phase of the furlough process. (U.S. Air Force photo by Capt. Shawn M. Walleck)

PHOTO BY: Capt. Shawn M. Walleck
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