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§ 126-1. Purpose of Chapter; application to local employees.
§ 126-1.1. Career State employee defined.
§ 126-1A: Repealed by Session Laws 1995, c. 141, s. 2.
§ 126-2. State Personnel Commission.
§ 126-3. Office of State Personnel established and responsibilities outlined; administration and supervision; appointment, compensation and tenure of Director.
§ 126-4. Powers and duties of State Personnel Commission.
§ 126-4.1. Commission panels may recommend final agency decisions.
§ 126-5. Employees subject to Chapter; exemptions.
§ 126-6: Repealed by Session Laws 1991, c. 65, s. 3.
§ 126-6.1: Repealed by Session Laws 1993, c. 397, s. 1.
§ 126-6.2. Reports.
§ 126-7. Compensation of State employees.
§ 126-7.1. Posting requirement; State employees receive priority consideration; reduction-in-force rights; Work First hiring.
§ 126-7.2. Time limit for appeals of applicants and noncareer State employees.
§ 126-8. Minimum leave granted State employees.
§ 126-8.1. Paid leave for certain athletic competition.
§ 126-8.2. Replacement of law-enforcement officer on final sick leave.
§ 126-8.3. Voluntary shared leave.
§ 126-8.4. (See note on condition precedent) No sick leave taken for absences by State employees resulting from adverse reactions to vaccination.
§ 126-8.5. Discontinued service retirement allowance and severance wages for certain State employees.
§ 126-9. County or municipal employees may be made subject to rules adopted by local governing body.
§ 126-10. Personnel services to local governmental units.
§ 126-11. Local personnel system may be established; approval and monitoring; rules and regulations.
§ 126-12. Governor and Council of State to determine competitive service.
§ 126-13. Appropriate political activity of State employees defined.
§ 126-14. Promise or threat to obtain political contribution or support.
§ 126-14.1. Threat to obtain political contribution or support.
§ 126-14.2. Political hirings limited.
§ 126-14.3. Open and fair competition.
§ 126-14.4. Remedies.
§ 126-15. Disciplinary action for violation of Article.
§ 126-15.1. Probationary State employee defined.
§ 126-16. Equal opportunity for employment and compensation by State departments and agencies and local political subdivisions.
§ 126-16.1. Equal employment opportunity training.
§ 126-17. Retaliation by State departments and agencies and local political subdivisions.
§ 126-18. Compensation for assisting person in obtaining State employment barred; exception.
§ 126-19. Equal employment opportunity plans; reports; maintenance of services by State Personnel Director.
§ 126-20. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 126-21. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 126-22. Personnel files not subject to inspection under § 132-6.
§ 126-23. Certain records to be kept by State agencies open to inspection.
§ 126-24. Confidential information in personnel files; access to such information.
§ 126-25. Remedies of employee objecting to material in file.
§ 126-26. Rules and regulations.
§ 126-27. Penalty for permitting access to confidential file by unauthorized person.
§ 126-28. Penalty for examining, copying, etc., confidential file without authority.
§ 126-29. Access to material in file for agency hearing.
§ 126-30. Fraudulent disclosure and willful nondisclosure on application for State employment; penalties.
§ 126-31. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 126-32. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 126-33. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 126-34. Grievance appeal for career State employees.
§ 126-34.1. Grounds for contested case under the State Personnel Act defined.
§ 126-34.2. Alternative dispute resolution.
§ 126-35. Just cause; disciplinary actions for State employees.
§ 126-36. Appeal of unlawful State employment practice.
§ 126-36.1. Appeal to Personnel Commission by applicant for employment.
§ 126-36.2. Appeal to Personnel Commission by career State employee denied notice of vacancy or priority consideration.
§ 126-37. Personnel Commission to review Administrative Law Judge's recommended decision and make final decision.
§ 126-38. Time limit for appeals.
§ 126-39. Scope of this Article.
§126-40: Repealed by Session Laws 1985, c. 746, s. 16.
§ 126-41. Attorney and witness fees.
§ 126-42. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§§ 126-43 through 126-44: Repealed by Session Laws 1987, c. 320, s. 9.
§126-45: Repealed by Session Laws 1977, c. 866, s. 18.
§§ 126-46 through 126-50. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 126-51. Short title.
§ 126-52. Definitions.
§ 126-53. Authority to interchange employees.
§ 126-54. Status of employees of sending agency.
§ 126-55. Travel expenses of employees from this State.
§ 126-56. Status of employees of other governments.
§ 126-57. Travel expenses of employees of other governments.
§ 126-58. Administration.
§§ 126-59 through 126-63. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§§ 126-64 through 126-73: Repealed by Session Laws 1985, c. 479, s. 153(a).
§ 126-74. Work Options Program established.
§ 126-75. Work options for State employees.
§ 126-76. Promoting Work Options Program.
§ 126-77. Authority of agencies to participate.
§ 126-78. Administration.
§ 126-79. Report required.
§ 126-80. Declaration of policy.
§ 126-81. Definitions.
§ 126-82. State Personnel Commission to provide for preference.
§ 126-83. Exceptions.
§ 126-84. Statement of policy.
§ 126-85. Protection from retaliation.
§ 126-86. Civil actions for injunctive relief or other remedies.
§ 126-87. Remedies.
§ 126-88. Notice of employee protections and obligations.
§ 126-89: Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 126-90. Communications with members of the General Assembly.
§ 126-94: Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 126-95. Flexible compensation plan.
§ 126-96: Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 126-97: Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 126-98: Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 126-99: Reserved for future codification purposes.