Ranks Of The Workers Of Base Secretary Of Marine Regulations

Original Language Title: Reglamento de Escalafón de los Trabajadores de Base de la Secretaría de Marina

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MARINE SECRETARY 'S BASE WORKERS' SCALING REGULATION

Published in the DOF on February 7, 1956

On the sidelines is a seal that says: Federal Executive Branch.-United States of Mexico.-Mexico.-Secretary of the Navy.

ESCALAFON REGULATION OF THE BASE WORKERS OF THE MARINE SECRETARIAT

CHAPTER I

Generalities

ARTICLE 1o.-This Regulation lays down the rules governing the Escalafon of the base workers of the Secretariat of the Navy.

ARTICLE 2o.-The escalations of the base workers of the Navy Secretariat, will be made in accordance with the provisions contained in the Staff Regulations of the Union Powers, in the General Conditions of Employment Regulations of the Secretary of the Navy and in particular, as a result of which this Regulation is ordered.

ARTICLE 3o.-The provisions of this Regulation are mandatory for the Secretary of the Navy, for the Union of this Bureaucratic Unit and for workers of the same.

ARTICLE 4-This Regulation does not apply to persons holding the posts of trust identified by Article 40 (II) of the Treaty Status of Workers to the Service of the Powers of the Union.

ARTICLE 5o.-In this Regulation, temporary workers shall not be deemed to be employed for a given work, for fixed time and for who charge from Raya's List.

ARTICLE 6o.-For the application of the provisions of the Staff Regulations to the Service of the Pores of the Union and of this Regulation, considers how any change of employment that involves an increase in the salary of the worker is promoted.

It should not be considered as a promotion, even if there is an increase in salary, the change of denomination made on the occasion of the elimination of places by readjustment, to place the worker in another post similar to the one he had been carrying out; as well as, in the cases of permuses authorised by this Regulation.

ARTICLE 7o.-When the needs of the service create new places considered as a base, they will be covered in the terms of the Staff Regulations and This Regulation will never be conceptualized as the creation of a place for the simple change of membership.

New places will be awarded to employees whose posts are deleted; but if there is a difference in more than one category between each other, the places created must be boletrolled among the workers of the Secretariat, rearrangement to the employees in places of equivalent vacancies.

ARTICLE 8o.-The base workers of the Secretariat of the Navy to ascend, will have to check, previously, their competence for the performance of the tasks corresponding to the new employment, in accordance with the provisions of Article 41 (1) (c) of the Staff Regulations.

ARTICLE 9o.-For the training of the workers of the Secretariat of the Navy, the academies referred to in the section VII of the Article 41 of the Statute. The operation of the abovementioned academies shall be governed by the special provisions which are to be adopted.

ARTICLE 10.-Only workers who occupy posts specifically identified in the article may apply for higher-paying employment rights. Budget of the Federation's expenditure and which are of the immediate lower category to which it is intended to be performed, unless there are no contestants among them, in which case workers of the following categories shall be entitled to attend descending order.

ARTICLE 11.-The Secretary of the Navy will be able to fill the vacancies that in his judgment cannot remain acealae, but the appointments that he expunes in such cases shall have the character of the interim and shall only take effect until the date on which the person appointed in the final possession takes possession, in accordance with the provisions of the Staff Regulations, this Regulation and the Joint Commission of Escalafon.

ARTICLE 12.-Base workers may freely refrain from applying for ascents, without it implying that they dispense with their rights for later occasion.

ARTICLE 13.-The base workers appointed to occupy a position of trust within the Secretariat of the Navy, will retain in their favor the (g) the prerogatives referred to in Article 41 (1) (g) of the Staff Regulations. The vacancies to be submitted for this purpose shall be covered by the terms of this Regulation, but the persons appointed in such a case shall be provisional.

If the vacancy that a worker occupies on a provisional basis becomes final, he/she will be confirmed by the Joint Commission of Escalafon Final appointment.

When an promoted worker temporarily stops providing his services to the Secretary of the Navy, or according to the article ascienda to a base square, the Mixta Commission of Escalafon will confirm its appointments to the workers who have ascended in the original movement.

ARTICLE 14.-Employees on a provisional basis may apply rights to permanent vacancies of the immediate superior category, in the terms of this Regulation.

A worker occupying an interim position may apply to similar vacancies of a definitive nature, in which case his/her own account shall be taken into account rights in accordance with his basic position and not with the interim.

ARTICLE 15.-When a base worker who occupies a position of trust, returns to occupy his base square, the Escalafon will be run in the sense In accordance with the provisions of Article 41 (g) of the Staff Regulations, only the places which in the respective ascending movement were occupied on a provisional basis were affected exclusively.

CHAPTER II

On The Escalafon

ARTICLE 16.-The General Escalafon of the Workers of the Secretariat of the Navy is constituted by a nominative and individual registration of the own workers classified by sectors, groups and classes.

ARTICLE 17.-The Escalafon of the workers of the Navy Secretariat comprises two large sectors:

a).-The headquarters office.

b).-That of foreign offices.

ARTICLE 18.-Each of the sectors referred to in the previous article comprises the groups and classes indicated by the General Instructor of the Budget of the Federation of the Federation and that in the Secretariat of the Navy are:

A.-Professional.

B.-Specialized.

C.-Administrative.

D.-Obrero.

E. Easement.

ARTICLE 19.-The group A is made up of the base workers for whose appointment is required professional title or certificate of the center education in which a professional career is taking place. This group includes interns and practitioners who will demonstrate their studies in the manner established in Article 99 of the Organic Law of the Federation's Budget Law.

Group B is made up of skilled workers in a given science, art or craft, whose appointment is not required professional, but if technical or special preparation studies.

Group C is made up of base workers engaged in office work and for whose appointment none of the requirements are required marked in the previous articles, but if the minimum of knowledge necessary for the good performance of their administrative tasks according to their category.

Group D is made up of the rank and file workers classified in the Federation's Eglings Budget Instructor as manual workers.

The E group is made up of the base workers whose tasks are considered to be servitude.

ARTICLE 20.-The escalatory file of the workers of the Secretariat of the Navy, will be integrated by the registry to which the Article 16 of this Regulation, and the reports provided by the Office of Personnel of the individual file of each employee.

ARTICLE 21.-The Directorate General of Account and Administration of the Secretariat of the Navy is obliged to the Office of Personnel, to give to inform the Joint Commission of Escalafon the names of persons returning to the service, in order to make the respective entries and inform the Commission itself of any and all movements originating among the staff of the base and the new income.

ARTICLE 22.-The professionals will integrate a single step in the Secretariat, regardless of the work center of their membership, expand the possibilities for promotion, as with their degrees and certificates of study they check their specialty.

ARTICLE 23.-The Joint Commission of Escalafon will resolve all cases in which according to the provisions of Article 41 of the Statute, the Escalafon in both directions in terms of such order and this Regulation.

ARTICLE 24.-Rise movements will be subject to the following rules:

I.-The offices of the Secretariat where permanent or provisional vacancies are registered, shall immediately inform the General Staff, Directorate-General for Account and Administration, Office of Personnel, the existence of such vacancies, stating the tasks inherent in the respective categories.

For your part, the Office of the Staff, the Office of Staff, as soon as you have knowledge of a Final or provisional vacancy, you must inform the Joint Commission of Escalafon.

II.-The Joint Commission of Escalafon shall release the vacancies within three days of the date of receipt of the notice referred to in the (a) the above fraction, and by means of a special bulletin to the workers of the Secretariat of the lower immediate grade within the same sector and group. It will be at the discretion of the Joint Commission of Escalafon to set the deadline for submitting applications, which may never be less than five days or more than thirty, for both local and foreign places.

III.-Applications which are received outside the time limit set in the respective call shall not be taken into consideration.

IV.-Calls for the application of rights will have the publicity that the Mixta Commission of Escalafon considers necessary, but they will never stop be published in the bulletin and copies of the publications in the display cases placed for such purposes in the offices of the Secretariat.

V.-For each vacant slot that is boletine a file will be integrated with the following documents:

a).-Notice of the General Staff, Directorate General of Account and Administration, Office of Personnel, communicating the vacancy.

b).-Result of the evidence supported by the contestants and other documents related to such acts.

c).-Reports from the Office of Personnel related to the conduct of employees who have applied on their efficiency and capacity, obtained of the worker's personal file.

d).-Writes and constances presented by stakeholders.

e).-Resolution of the Joint Commission of Escalafon.

f).-Proposal to be made to the General Office of the General Account and Administration, Office of Personnel on the person who has obtained the ascent.

ARTICLE 25.-The tests of the workers ' competence will consist of the practical development of work or work topics, corresponding to the vacant position, and in accordance with the theoretical minimum knowledge programme for each of the categories. As far as professionals are concerned, they shall be subject to the provisions referred to in Article 41 (1) (d) of the Staff Regulations.

ARTICLE 26.-The workers ' competition examinations will be reviewed by the Commission and subject to the next scale as regards the Rating of the established evidence:

from 0 to 5-Insufficient.

from 5 to 6-Medium.

from 5 to 7-OK.

from 5 to 8-Alright.

from 5 to 9-Perfect well.

from 5 to 10-Outstanding.

Qualified evidence of their results will be communicated to the Joint Commission of Escalafon within the time limits specified in the respective bulletins.

ARTICLE 27.-For the purposes of the movement of workers in the foreign sector, the heads of the respective departments shall send a quarterly report relating to the efficiency, capacity and conduct of the employee. As far as the capacity tests of the foreign employees concerned are concerned, subcommittees of competence will be included in charge of submitting to an examination the workers who have applied, according to the printed interrogations that The Mixed Commission of Escalafon will send them. Once the examination has been carried out, the respective sub-committee of powers shall forward the duly corrected evidence to the Joint Commission of Escalafon, so that the study of the scale-up rights is carried out.

ARTICLE 28.-The result of the tests will be made known to the contestants, who only in case of inconformity, founded on irregularities (a) to be recorded in the minutes of the Staff Office's head, in respect of the local staff and the head of the office concerned, in the case of foreign staff, with the intervention of the staff, corresponding trade union section.

ARTICLE 29.-The Joint Commission of Escalafon will qualify and rule on the escalatory rights of candidates for the vacant seat been bolted.

ARTICLE 30.-The Commission shall be notified by the Commission to the competent authorities of the Secretariat, in order to the evidence of appointment in favour of the beneficiary is issued.

ARTICLE 31.-The rulings of the Joint Commission of Escalafon may not be amended, but by express decision of the Court of Arbitration or competent judicial authority.

ARTICLE 32.-No basic worker may apply any of the basic rights at the request for promotion, before six months have elapsed. services in the category it holds, accounting for those from the date of the last appointment.

ARTICLE 33.-Workers ' declines will only proceed in the cases provided for by the Staff Regulations and in cases where the solution exists. Court of Arbitration or competent judicial authority, in which case the Escalafon shall be run in the opposite direction, affecting all the persons who have been promoted in the movement to rectify, in such a way that they may return to the same situation prior to the reference movement.

CHAPTER III

From Escalafonary Movements

CHAPTER IV

of the Rights Escalations

ARTICLE 34.-The escalations of the workers of the Secretariat are constituted by the appreciation of the efficiency and the determination of seniority, in accordance with the provisions of the Staff Regulations and this Regulation.

ARTICLE 35.-The seniority in the service will have the fundamental object to decide the cases of tie between the workers who register the same capacity, in accordance with the reports provided by the Office of Personnel and the outcome of the examination of the competence of the persons concerned. Consequently, the time of services provided for appointment or to List of Raya in the Secretariat of Communications and Public Works, in the Secretariat of Agriculture and Livestock, in the Autonomous Department of Press and Agriculture, should be computed for this purpose. Advertisement and continued uninterrupted at the Navy Secretariat, as of the date this Dependency was created by presidential disposition.

ARTICLE 36.-Base workers have the right to occur upon request for promotion to the immediate superior level of the sector and group corresponds. For the purposes of this Regulation, the application for the promotion or signature of acceptance in the respective bulletin shall be referred to as "Law Enforcement".

ARTICLE 37.-For workers of new income, the scalafonary rights will begin to be counted six months after the date on which starts to provide its services, without an unfavourable note in the file, in accordance with the provisions of the last paragraph of Article 4 of the Staff Regulations.

ARTICLE 38.-Supernumerary, contraa and raya list workers have the right of preference to fill the basic vacancies category to be present.

ARTICLE 39.-The base workers belonging to a group of those mentioned in the General Instruction of the Budget of the Federation, may apply rights to places belonging to another sector and group, provided they demonstrate the ability and knowledge necessary for the good performance of their functions.

ARTICLE 40.-Scalafonary rights are suspended in the following cases:

I.-When any of the causes set out in Article 43 of the Staff Regulations are present.

II.-When the worker is performing a position of trust in accordance with the provisions of Article 41 (1) (c) of the Status, for as long as you perform.

ARTICLE 41.-Rights are lost for the following reasons:

I. By resignation of the worker.

II.-For abandonment of employment under the terms of Article 44 of the Staff Regulations.

III.-By termination of the employee, which is the result of a discretionary decision of the Court of Arbitration or by judgment of judicial authority competent.

ARTICLE 42.-The seniority of the workers shall be computed from the date on which the first appointment was issued periods in which he has been separated from his employment, provided that the separation is due to one of the causes mentioned in the previous article.

ARTICLE 43.-If a worker is not in accordance with the computation of his or her seniority, it may occur to the Joint Commission of Escalafon so that it is, in view of the evidence you provide, resolve the behavior.

ARTICLE 44.-They constitute demerit notes for the escalations of a worker, the bad notes in his file, during a period of 12 months prior to the date on which the application for promotion is submitted. The honorific and good notes appearing in the personal file of the person concerned at the same time of service shall also be taken into account.

CHAPTER V

Of Permutas

ARTICLE 45.-Permutas shall be authorized among employees having equal status and salary, even if the budget denomination is different, provided they provide their services in different offices of the Secretariat.

ARTICLE 46.-The concerted practices among employees of different categories will only be authorized in the case of the Joint Commission of Escalafon, always there is no more than one category of difference between the permutants and they provide their services in different offices.

ARTICLE 47.-Concerted swaps between employees of the same budget dependency of the Secretariat and meeting the above requirements In the above articles, they shall be authorised only if the persons concerned provide their services in different offices for their location and location.

ARTICLE 48.-Requests for swaps shall be sent directly to the Joint Commission of Escalafon and shall contain the following data:

I.-Name, category, and signature of stakeholders.

II.-Reasons for workers to apply for permuse.

III.-The express conformity of their immediate bosses and their superiors.

ARTICLE 49.-Those interested in a permuse may withdraw from it before the Joint Commission of Escalafon has approved the movement and provided that any of the permutants so manifest in writing to the Commission, establishing and verifying the reasons they intend to have.

CHAPTER VI

of the Attachment Changes

ARTICLE 50.-When, for health reasons, a worker wishes to change his membership, he will send a request to the Joint Commission of Escalafon written, accompanied by the corresponding official medical certificate and the Commission itself if it has established the request, will take advantage of the vacancies available to satisfy the respective request, ensuring that, preferably, the the place or places identified by the person concerned without prejudice of the service.

ARTICLE 51.-When for circumstances that endanger life, good repute, or for duly justified reasons workers They want to change their membership, even if they are offices located in the same square or locality, they will have to make their request to the Local Committee of the Workers ' Union of the Secretariat of the Navy, so that they can manage the change, if they consider that should be managed by the Joint Commission of Escalafon.

The Escalafon Mixed Commission is the only qualified to resolve requests for changes in membership and invariably take advantage of the vacancies available to you, provided that they have not been bolted prior to the respective application.

CHAPTER VII

From the Mixta Commission of Escalafon

ARTICLE 52.-Pursuant to the second subparagraph of paragraph (c) of section I of Article 41 of the Staff Regulations, the Joint Committee de Escalafon de la Secretaría de Marina will be composed of two representatives of the Secretariat, two representatives of the National Union of Workers of the same Dependency and a fifth member who will be the arbitrator, who will have to be appointed common agreement between the two parties. Each of the owners ' representatives shall accredit an alternate to the Joint Commission of Escalafon.

If the Secretariat and the Union fail to agree on the appointment of the arbitrator, it will be the Court of Arbitration who ultimately resolve in the terms of the Statute.

ARTICLE 53.-The representatives of the head of the Navy Secretariat and those of the Union may be freely removed by their respective representatives. mandantes. The fifth representative may be deposed at the request of a party, where it is considered that his performance is injuring the interests of the State or the interests of the workers. If the Secretariat and the Union do not agree to the removal, the non-compliant party will take the matter to the Court of Arbitration for the final decision.

ARTICLE 54.-The Joint Commission of Escalafon will have the status of permanent, will reside in Mexico City and will have its home in the Secretariat Navy.

ARTICLE 55.-The agreements adopted by the Joint Commission of Escalafon will be mandatory for the Secretary of the Navy, for the National Workers ' Union of the same Bureaucratic Unit and for workers in particular, without prejudice to the right of the parties to bring such a decision before the Court of Arbitration or judicial authority competent.

ARTICLE 56.-They are the privileges of the Joint Commission of Escalafon:

I.-Solving on the inconformities of the workers of the Navy Secretariat, in everything related to the rights and movements escalafonaries.

II.-Dictate and resolve the applications of people it considers should be promoted, prior to the study of the contestants and communicate their resolution to the General Directorate of Account and Administration of the Secretariat.

III.-Dictate the descending movement of Escalafon as provided for in paragraph 1 (g) of Article 41 of the Staff Regulations or for complete the rulings issued by the Court of Arbitration or competent judicial authority.

IV.-Dictate on the origin and origin of the permutas that are arranged among the workers of the Secretariat, in the terms of This Regulation.

V.-Propose or dictate the measures necessary for the implementation and enforcement of this Regulation.

VI.-To render the reports requested by the Secretariat, the Union or any other competent authority, related to the procedure, agreement or resolution of the competition cases of the Commission itself.

VII.-Point out and fix the tests and conditions for the conduct of the examinations and, where appropriate, formulate and approve the questionnaires for the same, and to lay down the general rules according to which such evidence is to be carried out and qualified. The Joint Committee of Escalafon may delegate that power, subject to the agreement of its plenary session, to committees or subcommittees of competence in the form provided for in Chapter VIII of this Regulation.

These are obligations of the representatives of the Joint Commission of Escalafon of the Secretariat of the Navy:

I.-Forming the Navy Secretariat Workers ' Escalafon, keeping it permanently up to date with modifications or corrections corresponding.

II.-Annually publish the Navy Secretariat's Workers ' Escalation.

III.-Avocate with the necessary opportunity to study the issues to be submitted to the full Commission.

IV.-Attend with punctuality to meetings.

V.-Play the commissions entrusted to them in (sic) the plenary sessions, provided that they do not disintegrate them with their absence.

VI.-To address complaints about cases to be resolved by the Commission and to propose the resolution as appropriate.

ARTICLE 57.-All the matters of the Joint Commission of Escalafon shall be resolved by the plenum with the exception of those of mere processing that do not affect the rights of workers, which may be resolved by simple agreements.

ARTICLE 58.-The Joint Commission of Escalafon will hold ordinary and extraordinary plenary sessions, with the first one being held once a month and the seconds when any of the parties so request.

ARTICLE 59.-The plenary sessions of the Joint Commission of Escalafon will be private, but in special cases and when the Commission itself so resolves, may be held with the assistance of the persons concerned or persons whose presence is deemed appropriate.

ARTICLE 60.-In order for the plenary sessions of the Joint Commission of Escalafon to be considered integrated, assistance will be indispensable when less than four owner or alternate members.

ARTICLE 61.-The Joint Commission of Escalafon will be subject in its deliberations to its Rules of Procedure, which in due time must be formulated and approved by the Secretariat and the Union.

ARTICLE 62.-The votes will be by representations and not by representatives. In the case of a tie the arbitrator shall settle in accordance with the provisions of this Regulation.

ARTICLE 63.-The resolutions of the Joint Commission of Escalafon must be authorized with the signatures of the representatives who have dictated them in the case of resolutions of the Plenary Session, as provided for in this Regulation. Ordinary correspondence shall be authorized at least by one representative of the holder of the Navy and another of the Union.

ARTICLE 64.-The Joint Commission of the Escalafon of the Secretariat of the Navy will be assisted with a secretary, whose attributions will be:

I.-To convene and attend the regular and extraordinary meetings of the Commission.

II.-Provide background and reports to be requested by the plenary of the Commission and by any of its members.

III.-Read and read the minutes of the plenary sessions of the Commission.

IV.-To take the decisions of the Commission.

V.-Control the receipt, processing and dispatch of the correspondence, taking care that the representatives of the representatives are taken in due course competence.

VI.-Initialling the resolutions of the Commission and the correspondence of the Commission.

VII.-Assume the leadership of the administrative staff attached to the Commission.

CHAPTER VIII

From the Competition Commission

ARTICLE 65.-The Competition Commission shall be integrated in the manner in which the Joint Commission of Escalafon with representatives of the Secretariat and the Union.

ARTICLE 66.-The subcommittees of competence for workers in the foreign sector, will be integrated by the head of the respective dependency the worker who submitted a request for promotion, the delegate of the corresponding Trade Union Section and a third party appointed by both parties. The cases of non-compliance will be resolved by the Joint Commission of Escalafon, who will have the power to integrate the competition subcommittees.

ARTICLE 67.-The Commission and subcommittees of competition may request to be advised by the Joint Commission of Escalafon.

ARTICLE 68.-Once the registration of the contestants is closed, the Competition Commission or sub-commission, if any, will hold the These tests must be written or oral in accordance with the guidelines previously established by the Joint Commission of Escalafon and those expressly indicated by this Regulation.

ARTICLE 69.-The members of the Competition Commission or sub-committee may, where appropriate, be challenged when there is a cause for which it is founded; must be previously exposed in writing by the parties concerned. In such cases the Escalafon Commission will of course appoint the substitutes.

ARTICLE 70.-The following are the powers of the Competition Commission:

I.-To determine the proficiency tests to which the workers must be subject according to the category and specialty of the vacancy is to be covered. The Commission of Escalafon shall approve in advance the evidence to which this fraction refers.

II.-Pressing the competition tests to be submitted to the contestants who have applied rights to fill a vacancy.

III.-Qualify the evidence referred to in this Article.

IV.-To issue to the Joint Commission of Escalafon the corresponding documentation for the definitive qualification of the scalafonic rights.

TRANSIENT:

ARTICLE 1o.-This Regulation shall enter into force three days after its publication in the Official Journal of the Federation.

ARTICLE 2o.-This Regulation repeals all provisions that have been previously issued and are opposed to it.

ARTICLE 3o.-The provisions of this Regulation may be amended by the Secretariat and the Union or common agreement.

ARTICLE 4.-Any situation not provided for in this Regulation will be resolved by the Plenum of the Joint Commission of Escalafon.

Mexico, D. F., on January 2, 1956.-By the Secretary of the Navy: The Secretary, Roberto Gomez Maqueo. -Rubrica. -For the National Union of Workers of the Navy Secretariat: The Secretary General, Melchor Ceja Velasco. -Heading. -Members of the Escalafon Commission: Hugo Cervantes del Rio. -Ignacio Bonilla Vázquez.-Melchor Ceja Velasco. -Gerardo Ostos Alejandre. -Rubicas.