Due to an error with their database, HRD did not place the Appellant's name at the top of certifications in consideration of his 402B status. Relief granted.
out of grade temporary assignments
The Appellant is not contesting his civil service seniority date. Rather, he is constesting is department seniority date used for shift bidding, etc. Commission lacks jurisdiction. Appeal dismissed.
provisional employee can't appeal layoff
no right to be voluntarily demoted
The Appellant's promotional bypass appeal is dismissed without prejudice. Town to vacate "acting" position and decide whether it wished to fill the position through a provisional appointment or promotion.
Appeal reinstarted; full hearing to be scheduled.
no 310 relief
The Appellant failed to notify HRD of her address change. She is not an aggrieved person through no fault of her own. Appeal dismissed.
The Appellant's failure to appear for a Physical Abilities Test, which was a part of the civil service exam for the position of firefighter, was not through no fault of his own and his is not entitled to relief. Appeal Dismissed.
Appellant failed to show that she performed any of the supervision, training or complex issues consultation that distinguish a CSES C from a CSES A/B. Thus, the Appellant failed to show that she performed the duties of a CSES C more than 50% of the time and her appeal was denied. Even though, there are others who may be misclassified as a CSES C performing the same duties as the Appellant, this does not entitle her to a reclassification. Appeal denied.
Appellant voluntary quit her job and then filed an untimely appeal with the Commission. For both reasons, the Appellant’s appeal was dismissed.
The Appellant's work as a military contractor did not qualify as "military service" under Section 33 of the civil service law.
The Commission does not have jurisdiction to hear the Appellant's appeal which relates to a loss of compensatory time that was negotiated by his union. Appeal dismissed.