Under existing law, a classified employee under the State Merit System may demand a public hearing by the State Personnel Board if he or she is dismissed from employment by an appointing authority
This bill would revise the procedures for review of the dismissal and would specify when the board may reverse or modify the dismissal
This bill would also provide that any action commenced for the purpose of seeking judicial review of the administrative decisions of the State Personnel Board must be filed in the Alabama Court of Civil Appeals
Relating to the State Merit System; to amend Section 36-26-27, Code of Alabama 1975, to revise the procedures for review of the dismissal of classified employees by an appointing authority; to specify when the State Personnel Board may reverse or modify the dismissal; and to provide for the venue of judicial review of action by the State Personnel Board.
|July 13, 2015
|Read for the first time and referred to the Senate committee on Finance and Taxation Education
|SB7 Alabama 2015 1st Special Session - Introduced