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0600 Jurisdictional Classification

0640 Status of Employees in Positions which are Jurisdictionally Reclassified

.1 Background

.110 Rights and Benefits

.111 Employees with permanent appointments to positions in the Competitive Class which are subsequently reclassified from the Competitive to the Non-competitive Jurisdictional Class (including Non-competitive Jurisdictional Class positions designated as confidential or policy influencing) are generally accorded the same Civil Service career rights and benefits as if their positions remained in the Competitive Jurisdictional Class.

.210 Exception

.211 One (1) exception occurs when such affected employees occupy positions that are subsequently abolished in accordance with Section 80(a) rather than Section 80 of the Civil Service Law.  For further information, refer to the "Guidelines for the Administration of Reductions in Force," for clarification of tenure, retention, displacement, and reemployment list rights.


TM-64 - Replaces: All of Section 0600 Dated Prior to August, 2008

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