(H) This rule does not prohibit nor does it restrict an appointing authority from offering to a person appointed to a non-covered position within the appointing authority the opportunity to have that person's compensation directly deposited into a financial institution of the person's choice. 119.032 review dates: 09/16/2013 and 09/15/2018Promulgated Under: 119.03 Statutory Authority: 124.09, 124.151 Rule Amplifies: 124.151 Prior Effective Dates: 11/27/05, 7/1/06, 12/1/06, 1/18/09, 5/20/12Prior History: (Effective: 05/20/2012R.
Participation by all persons appointed by an appointing authority in the direct deposit of the person's compensation into a financial institution of the person's choice is to be encouraged where practicable.
preimplantation genetic screening and better support of IVF and maternity leave) to incentivise patients to choose e SET.
While some increased risk is intrinsic to the infertile population requiring treatment, the practice of multiple embryo transfer contributes to these complications and outcomes, especially concerning its role in higher order pregnancies. Sweden, Belgium, Turkey, and Quebec) have legally mandated elective single-embryo transfer (e SET) for young women. past history of preterm delivery and poor maternal health), double-embryo transfer (DET) should be prohibited due to unacceptably high risks.
All such fees shall be deducted from the person's compensation by the financial institution designated by the director of budget and management as part of the administration of such account by said financial institution.
(G) An appointing authority desiring to fill a covered position shall list on all job postings for such covered position, regardless of the format of the posting, that authorizing a financial institution for the direct deposit of all compensation of the person selected for appointment is a minimum qualification for appointment to the covered position pursuant to section 124.151 of the Revised Code and this rule.
However, we argue that mandating e SET for all young women can be considered an unacceptable breach of patient autonomy, especially since DET offers certain women financial and social advantages.
We also show that mandated e SET is inconsistent with other practices (e.g.
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(E) (1) A person in a covered position that is required to have direct deposit pursuant to paragraph (B) of this rule may change the specific financial institution or account to which the person's compensation is directly deposited as the person chooses, however, such a person shall maintain the direct deposit of the person's compensation into a financial institution during the entire tenure of the person's appointment to a covered position.