Last Update: 5/14/14

Chapter 357-04 WAC

GENERAL PROVISIONS

WAC Sections

What is the purpose of the civil service rules?
Who is covered by the civil service rules?
Who is not covered by civil service rules?
May the director exempt other positions from civil service?
What rights does a classified employee have when the position he/she holds is exempted from the civil service rules?
What rights does an exclusive bargaining unit representative have when a vacant bargaining unit position is exempted from the civil service rules?
What right does an employee have to return to the classified service from exempt service?
Who defines exempt status for student, part-time, or temporary employees and part-time professional consultants for higher education employers?
Which student employees of higher education employers are exempt from civil service rules?
Which part-time or temporary employees of higher education employers are exempt from civil service rules?
Which part-time professional consultants of higher education employers are exempt from civil service rules?
Who defines exempt status for student, part-time, or temporary employees; part-time professional consultants; and inmates for general government employers and what types of positions are exempt?
For which exempt positions does the director establish the salary?
What are the duties of the board?
What are the powers and duties of the director?
Must higher education employers designate a personnel officer?
What are the duties of personnel officers for higher education employers?
What role does the state board for community and technical colleges have?
May authority be delegated?
How does the federal Fair Labor Standards Act and the Washington State Minimum Wage Act relate to the Washington state civil service rules?
How does the federal Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 and other laws about persons with disabilities relate to the Washington state civil service rules?
When the civil service rules require an applicant, candidate, employee, or employer to receive notice, how must notice be provided?
How is time computed under the civil service rules?
What happens if any part of these rules is held invalid?
What happens to previous merit system and civil service rules and actions initiated under them?
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