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New Jersey Statutes, Title: 26, HEALTH AND VITAL STATISTICS

    Chapter 3A2:

      Section: 26:3A2-17: Transfer of non-civil service employees of terminated local health agency to superseding agency

           Each person who shall have been employed as a full-time employee for a period of 2 years or more by a local health agency whose employment by such agency was not governed by the provisions of the Civil Service law, and whose employment by such agency shall have been terminated by reason of the assumption of its activities and responsibilities by another local health agency, shall be transferred to the local health agency and be assigned duties comparable to those previously performed by him. He shall be entitled to and credited with all rights and privileges accruing to him by reason of his tenure in such previous office or position the same as if the entire period of such employment had been in the position to which he shall have been transferred. In the event employment by the county health department to which such person shall have been transferred is subject to the provisions of the Civil Service law, the board shall forthwith certify to the Civil Service Commission, pursuant to applicable rules of said commission, the entitlement of such person to such rights and privileges. In such event, the Civil Service Commission shall appropriately classify such person in the competitive civil service without examination; a person so classified shall thereafter be subject to the provisions of the Civil Service law with regard to the terms of his employment, promotion, tenure, classification, compensation and like matters. His compensation shall be fixed at not less than the amount received by him at the time of transfer.

L.1975, c. 329, s. 17, eff. April 1, 1976.

This section added to the Rutgers Database: 2012-09-26 13:37:49.

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