Like the old process, your ERRs still stay on file for 15 months. So your ERR paperwork will be considered every NCEPT until you're offered/sign a TOL, decline a TOL (paperwork removed from that facility), or 15 months have elapsed since filing.Perhaps I am missing something, but how is it a copy of the minutes from the June meeting, but the date on the paper says March 3rd? Also, since the next meeting isn't until September it seems does that mean our applications, if they don't say "not selected" will be kept open and reviewed then? This whole process is going to take some getting used to.
Edit: never mind, there was nothing wrong with the file. The date header on the 3rd qtr file itself is wrong. If ncept has proven one thing, it's their excruciating attention to detail.Perhaps I am missing something, but how is it a copy of the minutes from the June meeting, but the date on the paper says March 3rd
Are these just transfer updates?
Nothing to do with the August 2016 bid. The resume upload they're talking about is for ERRs (transfer requests for current employees).Are these just transfer updates?
Also, does this have anything to do with the August 2016 bid?
"22 February HR begins Resume Upload
28 February HR resume upload complete"
An online ERR process would be amazing and would definitely help the process flow more smoothly. Plus removing an ERR last minute would be easier too. Just uncheck the box and update. Keeping my fingers crossed. I have several buddies who whine about where they are. When I tell them to put in an ERR they say "It's too much paperwork." Ha.
Exactly. I basically had a folder on my desktop that said err and had everything filled in on all the forms/cover letters etc but facilty name and region and my signature, as well as a PDF of my eval etc. makes refiling or submitting new ones a 5 minute thing.Especially when one you have one ERR done, the rest are the same with a few small changes. Very easy.