§295. Conditions of employment

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Published: 2015

§295. Conditions of employment








1. Temporary unclassified service. 
Interns are considered temporary unclassified employees of the State. The employing
department or agency may discharge an intern for cause with one week advance notice
to the intern and the Margaret Chase Smith Center for Public Policy. The center may
reassign an intern or release the intern from the program with one week advance notice
to the intern and the state agency when it is considered in the best interest of the
program.


[
1993, c. 78, §3 (AMD)
.]








2. Salary. 
The Margaret Chase Smith Center for Public Policy shall determine from time to time
an appropriate minimum salary for interns, which must be paid by the participating
state department or agency. The Margaret Chase Smith Center for Public Policy may
negotiate the placement of an intern within State Government, and to further the purposes
of the intern program, may make funds from this chapter available to the intern.


[
1993, c. 78, §3 (AMD)
.]








3. Internship training. 
Participating state departments and agencies shall release intern personnel to participate
on duty time in orientation or training activities planned by the Margaret Chase Smith
Center for Public Policy as part of the internship program.


[
1993, c. 78, §3 (AMD)
.]





SECTION HISTORY

1967, c. 493, (NEW).
1993, c. 78, §3 (AMD).
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