TITLE 80: PUBLIC OFFICIALS AND EMPLOYEES
SUBTITLE A: MERIT EMPLOYMENT SYSTEMS
CHAPTER II: SECRETARY OF STATE MERIT COMMISSION
PART 50 MERIT COMMISSION
SECTION 50.70 GEOGRAPHICAL TRANSFERS
Section 50.70 Geographical Transfers
a) Filing Requirements
1) A certified employee who has been served with an approved order for geographical transfer, may appeal to the Merit Commission provided such appeal is made in writing and received by the Commission within 15 calendar days after the date the employee is required to report to the new location.
2) Under normal circumstances, a temporary transfer of an employee for a period in excess of 60 calendar days will be considered a permanent transfer, enabling the employee to then appeal such transfer without regard to Section 50.70 (a)(1) herein.
1) In appeals to the Commission from permanent transfers from one geographical area in the State to another, the employee shall have the burden of introducing sufficient, competent, and credible evidence showing that the transfer was unreasonable, unjust, capricious, or not a bona fide attempt to serve the best interest of the operating agency.
2) Unless inconsistent with this Section, the procedures of Section 50.110 shall apply to geographical transfer hearings.
(Source: Amended at 7 Ill. Reg. 17496, effective January 1, 1984)