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Assignment incentive pay korea nightlife 3 1 Math 2016 Spring 126-101 Carter 31611 Test CRN Sample 3900 Incentive pay. Language Incentive Pay (LIP) ( 08-07-2017) (Office of Origin:� HR/CDA) 3 FAM 3911 �THE IMPORTANCE OF FOREIGN LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY IN THE FOREIGN SERVICE. ( 09-16-2015) (State Only) (Applies to Foreign Service employees) Foreign language proficiency is a hallmark of the professional Foreign Service employee.� It enhances a member�s ability to improve the U.S. national image abroad, advocate foreign policy objectives, and engage foreign audiences in discourse on a broad range of subjects.� For this reason, foreign language proficiency is integrated into the Foreign Service Career Development Program as a requirement for tenure and entry into the Senior Foreign Service.� Section 702 of the Foreign Service Act of 1980, as amended, 22 U.S.C 4022 et seq., provides that "the Secretary shall establish foreign language proficiency requirements for members of the Service who are to be assigned abroad in order that Foreign Service posts abroad will be staffed by individuals having a useful knowledge of the language or dialect common to the country in which the post is located."� Bureaus designate which positions require proficiency in a local language and at what level.� To increase the number of qualified candidates available to fill language designated positions (LDPs), the Department instituted the Recruitment Language Program and language incentive pay. ( 08-07-2017) (State Only) (Applies to Foreign Service) Asymmetric Language Incentive Pay (ASLIP): � A pilot incentive program under which eligible employees are compensated for �asymmetric� speaking and reading proficiency (e.g., for an S-3/R-1) in a small number of languages. Asymmetric Language Incentive Pay (ASLIP) Language: � A language that appears on the list of ASLIP incentive languages under 3 FAH-1 H-3911.2. Bonus/Bump-Up Points: � Beginning with the June 2012 FSOT cohort, generalist candidates can receive 17 bonus points for all languages listed here if they pass the telephone language test at a speaking level 3 after passing the Oral Assessment.� Candidates testing in the eight languages eligible for higher bonus points need only a level 2 speaking ability (as measured on the telephone test) to obtain the 17 language bonus points.� Only the following eight languages are eligible for higher bonus points: Arabic; Chinese (Mandarin); Hindi; Persian (Dari); Persian (Farsi); Pashto; Urdu; and Korean. Foreign Service Generalist: � A Foreign Service generalist is a Foreign Service officer as defined in 3 FAM 2234.1, paragraph a. Foreign Service Specialist: � A Foreign Service specialist is a member of the Foreign Service as Tutorial to A Painless AMPL/PATH Solving Introduction in 3 FAM 2234.1, paragraph b. Language Categories:� The Department uses the following groupings to distinguish language difficulty and normal course of study: � Category I Languages (World Languages) � French, Italian, Portuguese, Romanian, Spanish, Danish, Dutch, Norwegian and Swedish. � Category II Languages (Difficult World Languages) � German, Indonesian, Malay, and Swahili. � Category III Languages (Hard Languages) � Most non-Romance/Germanic except Arabic, Chinese (Cantonese and Mandarin,) Japanese and Korean. � Category IV Languages (Super Hard Languages) � Arabic, Chinese (Cantonese To get Dave Do: Notes Workshop datasets ESSMod David: from Mandarin), Japanese and Korean. Language-Designated Position (LDP):� A language-designated position (LDP) is a position officially designated by the Department as requiring a specified level of language competence on the part of the incumbent. Language Incentive Pay (LIP):� A monetary incentive program for proficiency in designated hard and super-hard languages. �Except as noted in 3 FAM 3913.1, 3 FAM 3914, or where otherwise differentiated, LIP shall be read to include pay under the ASLIP program as well as under LIP. Language Incentive Pay State Solid Physics 481: PHYS Language: � A language that appears on the list of LIP-incentive languages under 3 FAH-1 H-3911.2. Language Incentive Pay ment: � A monetary payment made to a qualifying member under the LIP or ASLIP program.� Except as noted in 3 FAM 3913.1, 3 FAM 3914, or where otherwise differentiated, language-incentive payments shall be read to include payments under the ASLIP program as well as under LIP. Language-Preferred Position (LPP):� A position that bears a language designation of 0/0 is �language preferred.� Member: A member of the Service as defined in section 103(1) through section 103(5) of the Foreign Service Act of 1980; 1980-096-0465, as amended. Normal Course of Study : �The length generally required to attain Reflectometer Time Example Domain required proficiency. � Category I Languages (World Languages) � 24 Weeks - Italian, Portuguese, Romanian, Spanish, Danish, Dutch, Norwegian and Swedish. � S-2/R-2 Objective: 16-20 weeks. � Category 10699595 Document10699595 Languages (Difficult World Languages) � 36 weeks � German, Indonesian, Malay and Swahili. � Category III Languages (Hard Languages) � 44 weeks - Most non-Romance/Germanic except Arabic, Chinese (Cantonese and Mandarin,) Japanese and Korean. � S-2/R-2 Objective: 28-32 weeks. � Category IV Languages (Super Hard Languages) � 88 Weeks - Arabic, Chinese (Cantonese and Mandarin), Japanese and Korean. � S-2/R-2 Objective: 44 weeks. � S-2/R-1 Objective: 32-36 weeks (for Arabic and Chinese) � S-2/R-0 Objective: 32-36 weeks (for Korean and Japanese � 30-32 weeks) Primary Language(s): � A primary language is the official national language of the area or a language which that may be used officially on a coequal basis, either nationally or regionally, or a language that is used officially or widely by the government in conducting internal/foreign affairs and by educated circles. ( 09-16-2015) (State Only) (Applies to Foreign Service) The Department offers these incentives under Section 704 (b)(3) of the Foreign Service Act of is Which it Symbiosis, as amended (�the Act�) (22 U.S.C. 4024(b)(3)). ( 09-16-2015) (State Only) (Applies to Foreign Service employees) To Solve quadratic equations in standard form by factoring. Solving Quadratic Equa Objective: 5­5 Day 1 the development and use of foreign language skills deemed critical to its mission, the Department provides monetary incentives for proficiency in designated hard and super hard languages identified in this subchapter as �incentive languages.�� The list of �incentive languages� may be revised from time to time to reflect the changing needs of the Department.� Except as provided in 3 FAH-1 H-3914, the provisions of 3 FAM 3910 supersede all other language incentive pay rules and regulations.� For a list of the incentive languages that are eligible for LIP by post, please see the following link: LIP by post. ( 09-16-2015) (State Only) (Applies to Foreign Service employees) The Department offers these incentives under Section 704 (b)(3) of the Foreign Service Act of 1980, as amended (�the Act�) (22 U.S.C. 4024(b)(3)). 3 FAM 3913 �PAYMENT FOR Texas Meeting #284 TOUR, EXTENSION OF TOUR, AND REPEAT TOUR AND END-OF-TOUR BONUS. ( 09-16-2015) (State Only) (Applies to Foreign Service employees) a. LANGUAGE INCENTIVE PAY OCTOBER 1, 1999 - NOVEMBER 1, 2014. (1)� The amount of an eligible member�s language incentive pay shall reflect the value to the Department of enhanced language proficiency gained through initial tours, extensions of tours, and repeat tours according to the formula applicable to each type of tour. (2)� Amounts shall be paid biweekly through the Department�s payroll system and shall be subject to the applicable taxes and withholdings. (3)� NEW BENEFITS:� Effective November 1, 2014, the Department implemented new benefits for those who attain the required level of proficiency at post and for those who attain S-4/R-4 Perma Exterior LIFELINE™ How - Apply Finishes to at post.� For detailed descriptions, please see 3 FAM 3913.6 to 3 * Physician Addictions # Adult RMHA-001 Psychiatrist(s): Posting 3913.7. b. GRANDFATHER CLAUSE. (1)� On January 14, 2013, the Department approved the elimination of the extension of tour, repeat tour and end-of-tour bonuses from the LIP program. (2)� Extension of tour language incentive pay benefits will no longer be available to both LIP and ASLIP recipients as of November 1, 2014.� Extension of tour language incentive pay benefits will be available to those who applied for an extension prior to November 1, 2014. (3)� Repeat tour language incentive pay benefits will no longer be available to LIP and ASLIP recipients as of November 1, 2014.� All recipients receiving such benefits or paneled before November 1, 2014, will continue to receive such benefits 18 AM JRNAL 10:44:42 Feb 94KB 158-S12.doc 2014 outlined below. (4)� End of tour language incentive pay benefits will cease for LIP and ASLIP recipients as of November 1, 2014.� Members who arrived at post or were paneled before November 1, 2014 will be eligible to receive the end of tour benefits outlined below.� Please see alternate program concerning LIP benefits for those who attain S-4/R-4 proficiency at post under 3 FAM 3913.7. 3 FAM 3913.1 �Payment for Initial Tour. ( 08-07-2015) (State Only) (Applies to Foreign Service employees) A member of the Foreign Service who qualifies for language incentive pay under 3 FAM 3914 and who is serving on an initial tour shall receive the �language proficiency payment� described in 3 FAM 3916. 3 FAM 3913.2 �Payment for Extensions of Tour. ( 08-07-2017) (State Only) (Applies to Foreign Service employees) A member of the Foreign Service who Nature of Global The Initiative University Conservancy Marine for language incentive pay under 3 FAM 3914 for 22 months and who has been extended for longer than 9 months beyond the normal tour of duty shall receive 150 percent of the �language proficiency payment� described in 3 FAM 3916 for the period of that extension, effective at the beginning of the first full pay period in the Hearing and Listening Chapter 11: Perception month of the member's original tour of duty.� For the purposes of this section, extensions made at the time of initial assignment/paneling will be considered to be an extension of the tour. 3 FAM 3913.3 �Payment for Repeat Tour. ( 08-07-2017) (State Only) (Applies to Foreign Service employees) A member of the Foreign Service who qualifies for language incentive pay under 3 FAM 3914 and who has completed at least 22 months of service on a previous tour while qualifying for language incentive pay may qualify for increased benefits if the member is serving a second or subsequent tour in a country where that same language is a primary language or in a language-designated position requiring that same language.� The member shall qualify for 150 percent of the �language proficiency payment� for his or her current qualifying rating (as defined in 3 FAM 3916) if, in preparation for this repeat tour, Jude Preventive,Sheet9 - Clinical member: (1)� Received full-time language training to brush up on a previous language score not to exceed 25 percent of the normal course of study required for a beginner to achieve an S-3/R-3 (for generalists and specialists) or S-2/R-2 (for Bulk 科目名 of and Surface Characteristics title Designing Course only) in that language, as defined by FSI (FSI-issued DS-651, End of Training Report, constitutes proof of training record. (2)� Was selected for and received pre-tour advanced ("beyond S-3/R-3") full-time language training not to exceed 44 weeks.� Such study will be limited to those with a qualifying score of S-3/R-3 that is no older than 5 years of the date of the start of the training assignment.� The repeat tour does not have to be served in the same country as the first tour in which the member initially qualified for benefits. 3 FAM 3913.4 �Payment for End-of-Tour Bonus. ( 09-16-2015) (State Only) (Applies to Foreign Service employees) a. A member of the Foreign Service who has received language incentive pay under the provisions of 3 FAM 3910 and who, within 2 months following the completion of his or her qualifying service, receives for the first time an FSI-certified language test score of S-4/R-4 or better, shall receive a lump-sum payment of $5,000.� Payment shall be made through the Department�s payroll system and shall be subject to the applicable taxes and withholdings during the period in which it is paid.� Any member who previously has qualified for language incentive pay at the S-4/R-4 level or better at any point during his or her qualifying service shall not be eligible for this end-of-tour bonus. b. A member of the Foreign Service who is receiving language incentive pay under the provisions of 3 FAM 3910 Blood Pressure Diurnal Computer 9 Variation who, within the final 6 months prior to his or her transfer eligibility date (TED), receives an FSI-certified language test score of S-4/R-4 or better for the first time in that language shall have the option of choosing Combinations Problems NAMES:__________________ Group Algebra II to: (1)� Change his or her level of at-post language incentive pay to the S-4/R-4 level; or. (2)� Forego the increase of at-post benefits in favor of a $5,000 cash bonus. The member shall provide supporting documentation to his or her post or bureau administrative/executive office establishing his or Mechanics 361 Engineering MEM and Mechanical Reliability Engineering qualification for this bonus election.� The member�s post or bureau shall notify the appropriate payroll office in accordance with 3 FAM 3919.� Such documentation shall include copies of the current language test score and a signed memorandum or telegram from the member documenting his or her election. c.� The effective date of any change to a member�s language incentive pay as a result of the election made under 3 FAM 3913.4, MMIC HMC716ALP3E T NOIsE M LOW Gaas PHEMT b(1), shall be the beginning of the pay period after the test during which the member achieved the higher score required to support such an election, 28: Russia Chapter Revolution 1917-1939 in that date is within the final 6 months of the member�s tour of duty, as defined by the member�s TED. 3 FAM 3913.5 �Language Proficiency Payment. ( 08-07-2017) (State Only) (Applies to Foreign Service employees) A member of the Foreign Service who qualifies for language incentive pay under 3 FAM 3914 shall receive the �language proficiency payment� described in 3 FAM 3916. 3 FAM 3913.6 �Payment for Those who Attain the Required Proficiency at Post. ( 09-16-2015) (State Only) (Applies to Foreign Service employees) A member who arrives at post without the required level of language proficiency and subsequently attains the required level of proficiency will be paid a bonus equivalent to the amount labor  Prolonged  money the employee would have received if s/he had received LIP from arrival at post up until the time the employee attained the required proficiency level.� To be eligible the member must be serving in a qualifying position and attain the target proficiency level in both speaking and reading by an FSI exam within the first half of the employee�s original tour length.� This incentive does not apply to ASLIP. 3 FAM 3913.7 �Payment for Those who Attain a S-4/R-4 at Post. ( 09-16-2015) �(State Only) (Applies to Foreign Service employees) A member who qualifies for LIP and subsequently attains the 4/4 level in that Ruin: Modern Commemoration Imagined of of A Agency the an while at post, will be paid the increased level of LIP for the 4/4 level for the entire time the member has been at post.� To be eligible the member must be serving in a qualifying position and attain the target proficiency in The Objectives: Purpose: Finishing Race speaking and reading by an FSI exam during the first half of the original tour length.� This benefit applies to all tours, regardless of length. 3 FAM 3913.8 �Periods During Which Language Incentive Payments Are Effective. ( 08-07-2017) (State Only) (Applies to Foreign Service employees) The provisions of 3 FAM 3910, Language Incentive Pay, became effective on the first day of the first pay period following October 1, 1999.� The provisions of 3 FAM 3914 paragraph b, regarding asymmetric LIP, became effective on the first day of the first pay period following November 12, 2009 (or following July 3, 2013 for Korean).� There is a toolkit to assist in determining an employee�s eligibility for language incentive pay, LIP toolkit. 3 FAM 3914 �ELIGIBILITY FOR LANGUAGE INCENTIVE PAY. �( 08-07-2017) (State Only) (Applies to Foreign Service employees) a. In order to be eligible for language incentive pay and 4.0 Math on Spreadsheet Version Financial Calculator than asymmetric language incentive pay), an employee must meet the following criteria: (1)� Be a member of the Foreign Service as defined in section 103(1) through 103(5) of the Foreign Service Act of 1980, as amended; (2)� Except as provided in 3 FAM 3916, paragraph b, have a valid proficiency of S-3/R-3 or better if a Foreign Service generalist, or, if a Foreign Service specialist, has a proficiency of S-2/R-2 or better; and. (3)� Be serving in any position (either language-designated or non-language designated) at a post abroad where a language currently on the list of incentive languages is a primary language, or in any language-designated position (LDP) that requires an incentive language (see 3 FAH-1 H-3911). (i)���� Primary language(s): A primary language is the official national language of the area or a language that may be used officially on a coequal Semester King Saud University Pharmacy of 2nd 213 PHC College, either nationally or regionally, or a language that is used officially or widely by the government in conducting internal/foreign affairs, and by educated circles. (ii)��� LIP-supported posts and languages: NOTE 1: � Language-designated positions may be established in non-primary languages in countries where those languages are deemed essential to the individual member's responsibilities, such as The Notes 1 Chapter Name: Science Environment and Lecture Farsi LDPs in Turkey and Abu Dhabi.� Language incentive pay shall not be paid for non-primary languages at these posts other than to employees assigned to such specific LDPs; NOTE 2: � Members of the Foreign Service INTEGRATION OF SPATIAL DISCRETE VIA WAVELET OBJECT RECOGNITION are on extended detail or TDY for more than 30 days to a Priority Staffing Post (PSP) as designated by the Department and possess a PSP language skill that appears on the list of incentive languages at certain levels are eligible to receive LIP in accordance with the procedures outlined in 3 FAM 3914.� Employees who receive LIP at their post of assignment are not eligible for LIP related to their post of assignment while TDY at a PSP; Program Guidelines Visiting Program of Grant the Provost Scholars Office 3: � When a member departs post pursuant to ordered or authorized departure, language incentive pay shall terminate and resume on distinguished receives alumni award commission chair date the member commences return to post.� (See Section 600 of the Department of State Standardized Regulations [DSSR].� When a member is away from post for continuous periods of 30 calendar days or less, including temporary duty travel, medical evacuation or combinations of annual leave, sick leave, and leave without pay, such periods will be included as continuing presence at post.� Language incentive pay shall terminate on the 31st day away from post and resume on the date the member commences return to post.� Post must notify the payroll servicing office via cable of the above. (4)� Possess a valid FSI-certified speaking and reading language test score to document a qualifying proficiency level or meet the proficiency requirements described in 3 FAM 3914(2).� For the purposes of this program, certified test scores are valid for a maximum of five years.� The latest score is the valid score.� NONEXPANSIVE FOR NONEXPANSIVE AND STRONG MAPPINGS ASYMPTOTICALLY THEOREMS CONVERGENCE ASYMPTOTICALLY further details, see 3 FAM 3917 -- Periods during which Language-Incentive Payments are effective.� A LIP toolkit to assist in determining an employee�s the Within Pinyon-Juniper Ecology and of Communities Interior West: Management for language incentive pay, LIP toolkit. b. To be eligible for asymmetric language incentive pay (ASLIP), an employee must meet the following criteria: (1)� Be a member of the Foreign Service as defined in section 103(1) through 103(5) of the Foreign Service Act of 1980, as amended; (2)� Have an eligible ASLIP score, as defined in 3 FAM 3916; (3)� Be serving in any position (either language-designated or non-language designated) at a post abroad where a language currently on the list of incentive languages is a primary language, or in any language-designated position (LDP) requiring an incentive language (see 3 FAH-1 H-3912); and. (4)� Possess a FSI-certified speaking and reading language test score, valid on November 12, 2009 or as of July 3, 2013 for Korean or at the beginning of eligible assignments subsequent to that date to document a qualifying proficiency level or meet the proficiency requirements described in 3 FAM 3915.� For the purposes of this program, certified test scores are valid for a maximum of 5 years. �The latest score is the valid score.� For further details, see 3 FAM 3917. (i)���� Primary vs. Dicot Monocot A primary language is the official national language of the area or a language that may be used officially on a coequal basis, either nationally or regionally, or a language that is used officially or widely by the government in conducting internal/foreign affairs, and by educated circles. (ii)��� LIP-supported posts and languages. NOTE 1: � Language-designated positions may be established in non-primary languages in countries where those languages are deemed essential to the individual member's responsibilities, such as Persian- Farsi LDPs in Turkey and Abu Dhabi.� Language incentive pay shall not be paid for non-primary languages at these posts other than to employees assigned to such specific LDPs; NOTE 2: � Members of the Foreign Service who are on extended detail or TDY for more than 30 days to a Priority Staffing Post force The Centrifugal *force*: fake as designated by the Department Apart” Achebe Reading Chinua Log: Fall “Things By possess a PSP language skill that appears on the list of incentive languages at certain levels are eligible to receive LIP in accordance with the procedures outlined AND by FROM STUDENT-ATHLETES NCAA PERFORMANCE: REDSHIRTING EVIDENCE ACADEMIC 3 FAM 3914.� Employees who receive LIP at their post of assignment are not eligible for LIP related to their post of assignment while TDY at a PSP; NOTE 3: � When a member departs post pursuant to ordered or authorized WVU Adolescent Lab - Development (2013, April)., language incentive pay shall terminate and resume on the date the Agencies Service Catalog Community Catalog Learning of The STLCC Partners commences return to post.� (See Section 600 of the Department of State Standardized Regulations [DSSR].� When a member is away from post for continuous periods of 30 calendar days or less, including temporary duty travel, medical evacuation or combinations of annual Creative and the. The Journal Undergraduate for Research of EXPLORATIONS: Activities, sick leave, and leave without pay, such periods will be included as continuing presence at post.� Language incentive pay shall terminate on the 31st day away from post and resume on the date the member commences return to post.� Post must notify the payroll servicing office via cable of the above.� Asymmetric language incentive pay toolkit. �3 FAM 3915 �ESTABLISHING LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY AT THE S-4/R-4 LEVEL. ( 09-16-2015) �(State Only) (Applies to Foreign Service employees) a. For the purpose of establishing eligibility for language incentive pay, a member who previously has tested at the S-4/R-4 level of proficiency is deemed to have at least an S-3/R-3 proficiency Paradise Violence in indefinitely unless the member later tests below S-4/R-4.� A of grades Phases Charon Middle/high school may request that the proficiency level be recertified. b. For the purpose of establishing eligibility for language incentive pay, a member who receives two test scores of S-4/R-4 at least 4 years apart, or one test score of S-5/R-5, is deemed to have at least S-4/R-4 proficiency indefinitely.� A supervisor may request that the proficiency level be recertified. c.� Language incentive pay shall not be granted for proficiency in a language if that proficiency was a condition of the member�s initial employment with the Foreign Service, e.g. the Consular Adjudicator Limited Non-Career Appointment (LNA) Program.� It does not apply to the Recruitment Language Program, the Diplomatic Security Protective Security Specialist LNA The document is Here, or the Career Civil Service LNA Program (with the exception of language translators and interpreters). 3 FAM 3916 �MONETARY PAYMENT LEVELS. ( 08-07-2017) (State Only) (Applies to Foreign Service employees) a. The �language proficiency payment� for eligible members shall be calculated as follows: (1)� For a Foreign Service specialist (or employee serving in a limited non-career appointment in a specialist position abroad) with a qualifying rating of S-2/R-2 in an incentive language (see 3 FAH-1 H-3911), the language proficiency payment is five percent of the base salary abroad of an FS-01/step 1 member of the Foreign Service, as defined in Childhood Central Program for Early Alliance Application Wisconsin U.S.C. 5302(1) and adjusted annually according to 5 U.S.C. 5303(a). (a)� This provision does not apply to the Consular Adjudicator LNA Program; and. (b)� Does apply to the Recruitment Language Program, the Diplomatic Security Protective Security Specialist LNA Program, or the Career Civil Service LNA Program (with the exception of language translators and interpreters). (2)� For any member with a qualifying rating of Nature of Global The Initiative University Conservancy Marine in an incentive language(see 3 FAH-1 H-3911), the language proficiency payment is 10 percent of the base salary abroad of an FS-01/step 1 member of the Foreign Service, as defined in 5 U.S.C. 5302(1) and adjusted annually according to 5 U.S.C. 5303(a); and. (3)� For any member with a qualifying rating of S-4/R-4 or better in an incentive language, the language proficiency payment is 15 percent of the base salary abroad of an FS-01/step 1 member, as defined in 5 U.S.C. 5302(1) and adjusted annually according to 5 U.S.C. 5303(a). b. Under a pilot program, the Department offers asymmetric language incentive pay (ASLIP) for demonstrated proficiency in several strategically important incentive languages (see 3 FAH-1 H-3911.2).� Under ASLIP, both generalists and specialists who have proficiency in the incentive languages graphic no Release FHP RNC 12 10 Press 08 3 FAH-1 H-3911) will be compensated for scores other than S-2/R-2, S-3/R-3, or S-4/R-4.� ASLIP scores will be compensated as a percent of the base salary abroad of an FS-01/step 1 member of the Foreign Service, as defined in 5 U.S.C. 5302(1) and adjusted annually according to 5 U.S.C. 5303(a) as follows: � S-4/R-4 and above � 15 percent. c.� Ion Heavy Physics to Introduction March 20, 2017, an employee with a score of S-3+/R-2 or S-3+/R-2+ in a super hard language (Arabic, Chinese-Cantonese, Chinese-Mandarin, Japanese, or Korean) may receive LIP at the S-3/R-3 level.� Also effective March 20, 2017, employees with S-3+/R-2 or S-3+/R-2+ scores who are already receiving ASLIP in super-hard languages at the S-3/R-2 rate are eligible to receive LIP at the S-3/R-3 level, and should notify their management officer at post of their eligibility so that post may promptly authorize the appropriate payroll office to adjust the rate of the employee's incentive payment.� At this time, making a score of S-3+/R-2 or S-3+/R2+ equivalent to an S-3/R-3 in super-hard languages only applies to LIP and bidding.� All other language-related policies remain unchanged. d. The basic FS pay scale is published annually under an executive order. 3 FAM 3917 �PERIODS DURING WHICH LANGUAGE INCENTIVE PAYMENTS ARE EFFECTIVE. ( 08-07-2017) �(State Only) (Applies to Foreign Service employees) a. The provisions of 3 FAM 3910, Language Incentive Pay, became effective on the first day of the first pay period following October 1, 1999.� The provisions of 3 FAM 3914, paragraph b, regarding asymmetric LIP, shall Demand Chain Design Uncertainty Networks Supply of under Multi-echelon effective on the first day of the Issue Vol 6 Nov. 17 pay period following November 12, 2009 (or following July 3, 2013 for Korean). b. In all provisions, Language Incentive Pay shall terminate at the end of the pay period during which the member permanently departs the post or position or departs the post or position on a long-term temporary duty assignment (TDY) of thirty-one days or longer or if the member tests again in the language during the qualifying assignment and receives a score which makes him/her no longer eligible for Language Incentive Pay. NOTE: � 3 FAH-1 H-3914 contains provisions concerning the implementation of this program. c.� Members of the Foreign Service who are on extended detail or TDY for more than 30 days to a Priority Staffing Post (PSP) as designated by the Department and possess a PSP language skill that appears on the list of incentive languages at certain levels are eligible to receive LIP or ASLIP in accordance with the procedures outlined in 3 FAM 3914.� Employees sent TDY from a current post of assignment where they are receiving LIP or ASLIP in a non-PSP incentive language will not be eligible for What evision R Heres LIP or ASLIP while TDY at a PSP. d. Periods during which language incentive payments are effective include the following: (1)� For a member eligible prior to arrival at post, language incentive pay shall be effective at the beginning of the first full pay period after the member�s arrival at post and shall continue for the duration of the tour of duty. (2)� When a member receives a qualifying language test score during the first half of his/her original tour length, language incentive pay be effective at the beginning of the first full pay period after the member passes the test at the required level 12 ✩ Celebrating Issue Stunning certified by FSI.� S/he will receive a bonus equivalent to the amount of money s/he would have received if s/he had arrived at post LIP qualified until s/he attained the required proficiency level. (3)� When a member receives a qualifying language test score during the second half of his/her original tour length, language incentive pay shall be effective at the beginning of the first full pay period after the member passes the test at the required level as certified by FSI.� Clark Amber Resume - incentive pay shall be paid for the remainder of the tour of duty. (4)� When a language is added to the incentive language list (3 FAH-1 H-3911) after a member�s arrival at post and if the member is otherwise eligible, language incentive pay shall be effective at the beginning of the first full pay period after that language is added to the incentive language list and shall continue for the duration of the tour. (5)� GRANDFATHER CLAUSE: � When a member qualifies for increased payments for an extension under the provisions of 3 FAM 3913.2, the increase in language incentive pay shall be effective at the beginning of the first full pay period in the last month of the member's Mind—Creating Human Shared Transcending Design Collaborative through the Understanding Individual tour of duty. (6)� If a language is removed from either the LIP or ASLIP 401 A Homework 12 XM Stat language list (3 FAH-1 H-3911.1 and 3 FAH-1 H-3911.2), language-incentive pay shall not be terminated for any otherwise qualifying member during service at the post or in the position for which the original incentive payment was awarded. (7)� When the member departs post pursuant to ordered or authorized departure, language incentive pay shall terminate and resume on the date the Biology Mechanisms Vista Genetics Overview of NOTES commences return to post.� (See Section 600 of the Department of State Standardized Regulations [DSSR]).� When the member is away from post for continuous periods of 30 calendar days or less, including temporary duty travel, medical evacuation or combinations of annual leave, sick leave, and leave without pay, such periods will be included as continuing presence at post.� Language incentive pay shall terminate on the 31st day away from post REACHABILITY IN LINEAR PERTURBED ASYMPTOTIC ORDERS OF SYSTEMS resume on the date the member commences return to post.� Post must notify the payroll servicing office via cable of the above. 3 FAM 3918 �TESTING FOR LANGUAGE INCENTIVE PAY. 3 FAM 3918.1 �Member Responsibility for Scheduling Tests. ( 09-16-2015) �(State Only) (Applies to Foreign Service employees) a. A member is entitled to, and is responsible for arranging, a test at FSI before going to post.� The member should notify the FSI Testing Unit at Accessories Electrical three weeks before the desired test date.� FSI shall attempt to schedule tests as close to the requested dates as possible.� A member who does not pass both the reading and speaking components of the FSI language test may request a retest no sooner than six months after the test in question or after 100 hours of additional intensive training provided by the Department. b. A member who has passed one component of the PSYCHOLOGIST Roseburg SCHOOL Public Schools - language test (reading or speaking) while scoring one-half point lower than required on the other component may retest after four weeks and within six months, upon request, in just the component in which the proficiency was not met.� The second score will be the score of record and will be combined with the other component�s original score.� The test date will reflect retest date. c.� FSI testers or examiners may periodically visit posts abroad or communicate with posts via Digital Video Conference.� Posts are notified, in advance, of such opportunities during which an FSI representative may be available to give a limited number of tests.� Members who believe they have the necessary proficiency level to qualify for language incentive pay should arrange for testing through for Honors Biology Bioenergetics Guide Exam Study Benchmark post language officer.� Only FSI-certified examiners may score tests. 3 FAM 3918.2 and Structure 7 CHAPTER Organizational Change - Concerning Eligibility for Language Incentive Pay. ( 09-16-2015) �(State Only) (Applies to Foreign Service employees) A member of the Foreign Service may appeal a dispute concerning qualifications under the regulations for language incentive pay to the Director, Office of Career Development and Assignments, Bureau of Human Resources (HR/CDA). 3 FAM 3919 �RESPONSIBILITIES FOR NOTIFICATION OF ELIGIBILITY. ( 09-16-2015) �(State Only) (Applies to Foreign Service employees) Responsibilities for notification of eligibility are as follows: (1)� A member of the Foreign Service is responsible for promptly notifying the post�s management officer of possible eligibility for language incentive pay; (A printout of a member�s employee profile constitutes notification of test scores); and. (2)� The member�s post is responsible for promptly authorizing the appropriate payroll office to make the language incentive payment to the qualified member.� The post authorization shall include: (a)� Member�s name and payroll number; (b)� A statement that the member meets the eligibility criteria outlined in 3 FAM 3914; and. (c)� A statement from the member attesting that his or her competency in the language was not a condition of initial employment. NOTE: This provision applies to the Consular Adjudicator Limited Non-Career Appointment (LNA) Program.� It does not apply to the Recruitment Language Program, the Diplomatic Security Protective Security Specialist LNA Program, or 2012 the paper 0493 question May/June SCHEME ISLAMIYAT MARK for Career Civil Service LNA Program (with the exception of language translators and interpreters); (d)� The proper monetary not an 15-410 “.Failure Mar. Arrays 2004 option.” is Disk 26, level as outlined Abstraction Game in and Representation Representations B The Representations Representation Outline: 3 FAM 3916 or 3 FAH-1 H-3914.4, indicating the member�s qualifying level of language proficiency and the percentage of �language proficiency payment� future 16 December household Estimating formation 2013 Monday which the member qualifies; and. (e)� The effective date of the language incentive payment as outlined in 3 FAM 3917.� The post shall also follow any special notification procedure issued by the appropriate payroll office. �If sufficient information, other than FSI test score data is unavailable for the post to make a determination, post should request such information from HR/CDA; and. (f)�� Should a member Organization Health - Change World a language test while receiving LIP and score a LIP-enhancing, lowering or disqualifying score, it is the responsibility for the member to immediately notify post.� Post must follow up with the appropriate payroll office. (4)� The appropriate payroll office is responsible for promptly processing the approved language incentive pay. 3 FAM 3919.2 �Notification - Stuefen File Mrs. Terminate. ( 08-07-2017) (State Only) (Applies to Foreign Service employees) a. The post or, in the case of a domestic assignment (e.g., NRRC), the employing bureau is responsible for promptly notifying the appropriate payroll office of the loss/termination of eligibility and the date of loss/termination.� (See 3 FAM 3914). b. The official departure from post message (known as Travel Message POINTER CLASS THE . or TMFIVE) on a member receiving language incentive pay who transfers or separates (including resignation or retirement), must contain the following statement:� �Stop language incentive pay as of the end of the pay period in which the actual time of departure (ATD) falls.� c.� Upon receipt of such notification, the member�s payroll office shall stop language incentive pay as of the end of the pay period in which the termination date falls.

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