§ 99.41. Effect of reclassifications.
When an employees job duties change or the Executive Board changes a class and a reallocation of the position becomes necessary, the employee shall be reclassified to the new class if the employee meets the established requirements. This reclassification, if it is to a lower level, will not be construed as a demotion and the reclassified employee shall be credited with seniority acquired in the higher class.
The provisions of this § 99.41 adopted October 18, 1961; amended October 15, 1964 and April 16, 1970; amended September 12, 1975, effective September 13, 1975, 5 Pa.B. 2359; amended March 29, 1985, effective March 30, 1985, 15 Pa.B. 1151; amended November 15, 1991, effective November 16, 1991, 21 Pa.B. 5334. Immediately preceding text appears at serial pages (140014) to (140015).
Notes of Decisions
The reassignment of two Office of Budget employes at the same time of the furlough of two other Office of Budget employes created a vacancy, because a vacancy existed under the Civil Service Commission regulations when the reassigned employes would no longer function as assistant comptrollers in their new positions, thus creating a vacancy simultaneous with the furlough action. Roetenberg v. Office of Budget, 550 A.2d 825 (Pa. Cmwlth. 1988).
This section cited in 4 Pa. Code § 91.3 (relating to definitions).
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