Article 4 H - Any inquiry into an employee's off-duty conduct must be based on an activity which, if verified, would have a nexus to the employee's official position. Employees will not be subjectedd to harassment or frivolous inquiries.
Article 4 G - Employees have the right to freely communicate with a member of the following offices concerning individual personnel matters: Human Resources Office; the EEO Office; a Supervisor or Management official of a higher rank than the employee's immediate supervisor; Health and Safety Office.
Article 2 C - The terms of the contract govern if there is a conflict between provisions of the contract and provisions of Agency orders, policy manuals, directives, etc., regardless of the date of issuance.
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