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PDFWAC 357-19-181

When is an employee appointed to a position with permanent status?

An appointing authority must make a permanent status appointment of an employee under the following conditions:
(1) Upon successful completion of a probationary, trial service, or transition review period;
(2) Upon reassignment of a permanent employee who is not in trial service status;
(3) Upon transfer, demotion, reversion, or elevation when the employee is not required to serve a trial service period;
(4) Upon rehire from layoff or appointment to a position as a layoff option when a transition review period is not required;
(5) Upon the director conferring permanent status to an employee under remedial action provisions; and
(6) Upon conversion of an exempt position to the classified service, per WAC 357-19-225, if the incumbent has been employed for at least an amount of time equal to the probationary period or WMS review period for the class. If the incumbent has not been employed that long, the employee must serve a probationary period or WMS review period. The employer may count the time spent in the position prior to conversion towards the probationary period or WMS review period.
[Statutory Authority: Chapter 41.06 RCW. WSR 14-06-007, § 357-19-181, filed 2/20/14, effective 3/24/14; WSR 05-19-009, § 357-19-181, filed 9/8/05, effective 10/10/05; WSR 05-12-085, § 357-19-181, filed 5/27/05, effective 7/1/05.]
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