Synopsis As Introduced Creates the Executive Employment Office Act. Creates an independent State agency with authority and responsibility for the hiring of employees for State departments and agencies under the jurisdiction of the Executive Inspector General appointed by the Governor, except State colleges and universities and community colleges. Provides for the appointment of the executive director of the Office by the Governor, with the advice and consent of three-fifths of the members of each house of the General Assembly. Prohibits the affected State agencies from hiring full-time and part-time employees and interns except through the Office. Provides that the Office by rule shall develop and implement standards for the hiring of State agency employees, including assuring that the hiring is without influence from or recommendation by any of the following: any officer or employee of any State agency; any officer of any political party; any lobbyist; any person, or any officer of any entity, that has made one or more political contributions within the previous 12 months valued at more than $5,000 in the aggregate to the individual who holds the office of Governor or to any political committee authorized on behalf of that individual; or any officer of, or person with an equity or income interest of more than 7.5% in, any firm holding one or more contracts with an aggregate value of more than $25,000 with one or more State agencies.