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Unpublished Decisions

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Latest Notable Decisions

June 2014 

  • Commission grants appeal of removal from SRL finding that refusal to accept appointment to a different shift not a basis for removal from list.  In the Matter of Anthony Crane
  • Commission finds prior pay status not relevant to entitlement to holiday pay for employees in 24/7 facilities.  In the Matter of Tinishia Williams

May 2014

  • Commission finds that supervisors who did not properly report an allegation of discrimination violated the State Policy.  In the Matter of D.B. and T.J.

April 2014

  • Commission denies layoff rights appeal of four Police Sergeants, two Police Officers, and a Police Lieutenant and upholds the application of the seniority tiebreakers.  In the Matter of Douglas Romary, et al.

March 2014 

February 2014 

  • Commission denies the request of the City of Long Branch for appointment waiver finding movement of provisional to improper temporary position contrary to Civil Service rules.  In the Matter of Administrative Analyst, City of Long Branch
  • Commission denies Union County's request to departmentally transfer a Mason's Helper and appoint him to Parking Attendant due to the existence of a special reemployment list.  In the Matter of Michael Sheridan
  • Commission upholds removal of former Police Officer from special reemployment list but declines to remove him from Rice Bill list.  In the Matter of Eric DeBoskey

December 2013

  • Commission denies the appeal of a former Supervising Investigator, Law and Public Safety, of his return to his permanent title of Investigator 1, Law and Public Safety.  In the Matter of Patrick Mullan

November 2013 

  • Commission denies appellant's appeal of her removal from Superintendent of Weights and Measures position based on Superior Court decision but orders appointing authority to restore her to previous permanent title.   In the Matter of Rose Ann Fischer
  • Commission upholds appellant's removal from Police Officer special reemployment list since he did not originally meet the statutory age requirements for the position.  In the Matter of Wayne Morrison
  • Commission orders the removal of certain duties from an unclassified Confidential Aide to the Mayor which should be performed by employees in the career service.   In the Matter of Silvio Acosta

October 2013 

  • Commission grants appointment waiver and denies number one ranked veteran's challenge to that action finding no evidence of circumvention.  In the Matter of Harry Tisch
  • Commission finds that experience in title requiring law degree acceptable for eligibility to title requiring experience "as an attorney" where such experience cannot be gained within the title series.  In the Matter of Eileen Costello

September 2013  

  • Commission denies Trenton's request for reconsideration of layoff rights appeal and finds bad faith sufficient to award employee back pay.  In the Matter of Michael Morris
  • Commission denies untimely appeal of employee's "temporary unpaid leave" but fines Berkeley Township for effectuating a layoff without following proper procedures.  In the Matter of James Anderson
  • Contrary to Administrative Law Judge's recommendation, Commission finds layoff of employee was for reasons of economy and efficiency.  In the Matter of Umar Salahuddin

August 2013

July 2013

June 2013

  • Commission grants hearing on appellant's disciplinary appeal but corrects record to reflect that the proper length of the suspension was six months.  In the Matter of T.N.

May 2013 

  • Commission denies appeal of removal from Fire Fighter list based on age finding that the appellant's service in the military was not deductible.  In the Matter of Wilfredo Ruiz
  • Based on anomaly in rules, Commission grants appellant additional pay for accrued sick and vacation leave upon resignation.  In the Matter of David Berkley

April 2013

February 2013

January 2013

December 2012

November 2012

  • On remand from the Appellate Division, Commission relies on State Parole Board determination as to whether the position of Safety Specialist, MVC had access to sensitive information, to remove appellant from list.  In the Matter of Martin Carluccio
  • Commission grants appropriate retroactive vacation leave to part-time career service employee but denies retroactive sick and vacation leave for part-time unclassified employee. In the Matter of Kerri Armstrong and Laura Martin

October 2012

 

December 2013

  • Commission denies the appeal of a former Supervising Investigator, Law and Public Safety, of his return to his permanent title of Investigator 1, Law and Public Safety.  In the Matter of Patrick Mullan

November 2013

  • Commission denies appellant's appeal of her removal from Superintendent of Weights and Measures position based on Superior Court decision but orders appointing authority to restore her to previous permanent title.   In the Matter of Rose Ann Fischer
  • Commission upholds appellant's removal from Police Officer special reemployment list since he did not originally meet the statutory age requirements for the position.  In the Matter of Wayne Morrison
  • Commission orders the removal of certain duties from an unclassified Confidential Aide to the Mayor which should be performed by employees in the career service.   In the Matter of Silvio Acosta

October 2013

  • Commission grants appointment waiver and denies number one ranked veteran's challenge to that action finding no evidence of circumvention. In the Matter of Harry Tisch
  • Commission finds that experience in title requiring law degree acceptable for eligibility to title requiring experience "as an attorney" where such experience cannot be gained within the title series. In the Matter of Eileen Costello

September 2013

  • Commission denies Trenton's request for reconsideration of layoff rights appeal and finds bad faith sufficient to award employee back pay. In the Matter of Michael Morris
  • Commission denies untimely appeal of employee's "temporary unpaid leave" but fines Berkeley Township for effectuating a layoff without following proper procedures. In the Matter of James Anderson
  • Contrary to Administrative Law Judge's recommendation, Commission finds layoff of employee was for reasons of economy and efficiency. In the Matter of Umar Salahuddin

August 2013

 
 
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