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New Jersey Statutes, Title: 39, MOTOR VEHICLES AND TRAFFIC REGULATION

    Chapter 2A:

      Section: 39:2A-7: Probationary period for certain employees.

          
7. Notwithstanding the provisions of Title 11A of the New Jersey Statutes and the rules promulgated thereunder to the contrary, all employees entering or returning to State service other than those on a Special Reemployment List as employees of the commission following employment with a private motor vehicle agency, who have been employed with the private motor vehicle agency on or before January 1, 2003, and assigned to the career service shall be subject to a special probationary period unless they have already completed a probationary period during their previous State service employment. The special probationary period shall have a duration of six months from the date that the employees enter or return to State service as employees of the commission. Each employee's work performance shall be evaluated to determine whether the employee can satisfactorily perform the duties of the title to which the employee is appointed and progress reports shall be provided to the employee as provided by the rules of the Civil Service Commission. An employee who is determined to have satisfactorily performed the duties of the employee's career service title shall attain permanent status in that title at the conclusion of the special probationary period. An employee who is determined not to have satisfactorily performed the duties of that title during or at the conclusion of the special probationary period shall be immediately separated from State service and shall not have any right of appeal regarding the separation to the Civil Service Commission.

L.2003, c.13, s.7; amended 2008, c.29, s.94.



This section added to the Rutgers Database: 2012-09-26 13:37:51.






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