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Can you explain the “Rule of Three Scores”? In plain English?

The term is used several times at https://sfgov.org/civilservice/rule-111a-position-based-testing and I can't fathom the meaning. I searched the site and found a definition (copy below, indented). ...
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When can I use the emergency sick leave provided by HR 6201?

H.R. 6201 provides 80 hours of emergency sick leave for certain eligible purposes. Assuming a person works for an eligible employer and wishes to use this emergency sick leave for an eligible purpose, ...
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Is there a time limit on claiming loss of earnings for Jury Duty?

Short version Are there limits on how long after serving on jury duty I can make a loss of earnings claim? Background I was serving on a jury from 17th to 21st of February this year. During that ...
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Can my boss promise a job to someone before posting it?

I work in California. I'm due for a promotion for a supervisory role. Before the more senior employees were considered and one was promoted. I got word that my manager promised the job to my coworker ...
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Employer wants to know who isn't contributing to charity

My employer is asking every employee to donate to a specific charity via an online form. This seems reasonable. However, they are also requesting that those who don't contribute will still fill in the ...
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Allowing access to data before employment

If a company wishes to allow access to their system (e.g a new manager to view HR records, salary etc) before their employment start date, does this break any privacy, GDPR laws etc? Lets say they ...
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What is the reason behind the FMLA requirement of working at a location where employer has at least 50 employees?

I currently work for a large company (>50 employees) that is denying my eligibility for FMLA because I reside in a state that has only 15 employees in that state. The company I work for does not have ...
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Must a professional services firm replace a worker at the client's request?

If a taxpayer has particularly bad "personal chemistry" with an auditor of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), the IRS will replace the "agent" with another one. Now one can't make this request ...