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AGO Opinions with Topic: PREFERENCE IN PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT
AGO 1962 No. 180 >  November 29, 1962
VETERANS - PREFERENCE IN PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT - PERSONS ENTITLED TO PREFERENCE AND CONDITION UNDER WHICH IT APPLIES - CIVIL SERVICE - PROBATIONARY EMPLOYEE
VETERANS ‑- PREFERENCE IN PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT ‑- PERSONS ENTITLED TO PREFERENCE AND CONDITION UNDER WHICH IT APPLIES ‑- CIVIL SERVICE ‑- PROBATIONARY EMPLOYEE (1) Veterans' preference in competitive examinations for and in the appointment and selection of public employment is limited to wartime veterans.  Preference in re‑employment [[reemployment]] is not limited to wartime veterans. (2) An employee who is in a probationary status under civil service at the time of his enlistment or induction into military service returns to state employment in a probationary status. (3) A probationary employee who has enlisted or has been inducted into the military service may not be discharged while he is in the military service.
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