Section .1000 ‑ Reinstatement

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Published: 2015

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25 NCAC 01D .1001          DEFINITION

Reinstatement is:

(1)           the reemployment with a permanent,

trainee or time‑limited permanent appointment after a break in service of

a former employee with a full‑time or part‑time (20 hours or more)

permanent, trainee or time‑limited permanent appointment.  The agency

head shall determine the appointment type based on the

Probationary/Trainee/Permanent Appointment and Career Status Rules.  The agency

head may, based on qualifications and previous work history, offer reemployment

with a probationary appointment; however, if the employee has priority

reemployment consideration as a result of reduction in force, the conditions

outlined in the rule on Priority Reemployment Consideration (25 NCAC 1D .0510)

shall be met; or

(2)           the reemployment of an employee from

leave without pay; or

(3)           the return to a nonpolicy‑making

position of an employee who transferred to or occupied a position designated as

policy‑making exempt.  Reemployment shall be with a permanent



History Note:        Authority G.S. 126‑4;

Eff. February 1, 1976;

Amended Eff. December 1, 1995; August 1, 1995; March 1,

1992; October 1, 1978.