Final breakdown of Del Rio Sector's Voluntary Swap Program Pilot

Tomorrow, October 18, 2015, the employees selected under the second round of Del Rio Sector’s Voluntary Swap Program pilot will EOD at their new stations. The 64 employees moving tomorrow join 64 other employees who moved during the first round for a total of 128 Del Rio Sector employees in new job locations.

Below is a breakdown of the total number of agents for both rounds at each station who moved:

CAR: 30
DRS: 23
EGT: 23
EGS: 19
BRA: 16
UVA: 14
COM: 3
Total: 128

Round 1

  • 93 agents wanted to move to Uvalde Station, but only 13 Uvalde agents wanted to leave – 9 ended up moving.
  • 11 agents wanted to move to Rocksprings Station, but only one agent from Rocksprings wanted to leave – zero moved.
  • 59 agents wanted to move to Del Rio Station and 29 agents from Del Rio Station wanted to leave – 17 ended up moving, which placed Del Rio Station at the top of the list for number of swaps in Round 1.
  • 28 agents wanted to move to Carrizo Springs Station, but 53 Carrizo Springs agents wanted to leave – 10 ended up moving.
  • There were zero swaps between Uvalde Station and Carrizo Springs Station.

Round 2

  • 63 agents wanted to move to Uvalde Station, but only seven Uvalde agents wanted to leave – five ended up moving.
  • 22 agents wanted to move Carrizo Springs Station and 33 Carrizo Springs agents wanted to leave – 20 ended up moving.
  • 15 agents wanted to move to Rocksprings Station, but zero Rocksprings agents wanted to leave.
  • 31 agents wanted to move to Del Rio Station, but only 16 Del Rio agents wanted to leave – 6 ended up moving.

Del Rio Sector’s VSP pilot was unprecedented, resulting in a total of 128 agents moving, which is approximately 10% of all agents in the sector. At the moment, there are no plans to start a second year of DRT’s VSP pilot because it would unnecessarily complicate the national swap program, along with the VRP and ROB. The pilot was ultimately considered a success and was part of the inspiration for the national swap program, which is currently running.

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