STATE CIVIL SERVICE - PERSONNEL BOARD - RULES AND REGULATIONS - AUTHORITY TO PROVIDE FOR COMPENSATING DAY OR VACATION DAY WHERE LEGAL HOLIDAY FALLS ON EMPLOYEES' DAY OFF
STATE CIVIL SERVICE ‑- PERSONNEL BOARD ‑- RULES AND REGULATIONS ‑- AUTHORITY TO PROVIDE FOR COMPENSATING DAY OR VACATION DAY WHERE LEGAL HOLIDAY FALLS ON EMPLOYEES' DAY OFF The state personnel board has the authority under existing state law to adopt or promulgate a rule or regulation providing that each full-time employee shall be given for each legal holiday other than Sunday which falls on an employee's day off, a compensatory day off to be taken at the convenience of the employing agency.
CIVIL SERVICE - STATE - PERSONNEL BOARD - CLASSIFIED POSITIONS - SALARY SCHEDULE - COMPARABLE POSITIONS IN PRIVATE INDUSTRY AND OTHER GOVERNMENTAL UNITS
CIVIL SERVICE ‑- STATE ‑- PERSONNEL BOARD ‑- CLASSIFIED POSITIONS ‑- SALARY SCHEDULE ‑- COMPARABLE POSITIONS IN PRIVATE INDUSTRY AND OTHER GOVERNMENTAL UNITS The state personnel board is required to make a biennial survey of classified positions for the purpose of determining the prevailing rates of pay in (1) Washington state private industries, and (2) other governmental units (within the state of Washington, other states and the federal government) for positions of a similar nature. The board's survey is not limited to any one particular form of private industry or any one particular governmental unit.
MERIT SYSTEM - PERSONNEL BOARD
MERIT SYSTEM ‑- PERSONNEL BOARD The Governor's proclamation of March 29, 1957, accomplished full restoration of merit system coverage to the staff of the State Personnel Board.
OFFICES AND OFFICERS - STATE - PERSONNEL BOARD - COLLECTIVE BARGAINING - CIVIL SERVICE - LABOR
AUTHORITY OF STATE PERSONNEL BOARD TO EXCLUDE SUPERVISORS The Washington State Personnel Board has the statutory authority under RCW 41.06.150 to promulgate rules defining and excluding "executive management," "supervisors" and "individuals regularly privy to confidential matters affecting the employer-employee relationship" from the right to bargain collectively with their appointing authorities, as it does currently under merit system rules 356-06-010 and 356-42-010(2).
OFFICES AND OFFICERS - STATE - PERSONNEL BOARD - CIVIL SERVICE - EMPLOYEES - PROBATIONARY PERIOD
OFFICES AND OFFICERS ‑- STATE ‑- PERSONNEL BOARD ‑- CIVIL SERVICE ‑- EMPLOYEES ‑- PROBATIONARY PERIOD The state personnel board may by regulation require permanent employees in the classified service (i.e., employees who have successfully completed an initial six-months probationary period) to serve another six-month probationary period in any higher class of covered employment to which they are later promoted in order to obtain permanent status in that class as distinguished from their previously acquired permanent status in the civil service system per se.