FINAL BILL REPORT
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C 246 L 18
Synopsis as Enacted
Brief Description: Adding part-time employees to state civil service.
Sponsors: Representatives Doglio, Ormsby, Hudgins, Valdez, Fitzgibbon, Jinkins, Goodman, Macri, Ortiz-Self, Stanford, Ryu and Pollet.
House Committee on State Government, Elections & Information Technology
House Committee on Appropriations
Senate Committee on State Government, Tribal Relations & Elections
Senate Committee on Labor & Commerce
Washington's Civil Service Law has the stated purpose of establishing a system of personnel administration based on merit principles and methods governing the hiring, promotion, transfer, layoff, recruitment, retention, classification, salary, discipline, and training of state employees.
The Civil Service Law exempts various categories of employees, including part-time employees. A part-time employee is defined by the Washington Personnel Resources Board as one who is scheduled to work less than that required for a full-time employee.
Part-time employees are no longer exempt from Washington's civil service laws.
Votes on Final Passage:
June 7, 2018