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41-782 - Powers and duties of the state personnel board
41-782. Powers and duties of the state personnel board
A. Except as provided by section 41-1830.16, the state personnel board shall hear and review appeals as provided in this article relating to dismissal of a covered employee from covered service, suspension for more than eighty working hours or involuntary demotion resulting from disciplinary action as defined in the personnel rules for an employee in covered service.
B. The state personnel board shall hear and review complaints as provided in title 38, chapter 3, article 9, relating to any personnel action taken against an employee or former employee of this state, except an employee or former employee of a state university or the board of regents, which the employee or former employee believes was taken in reprisal for the employee's or former employee's disclosure of information to a public body. The state personnel board shall recommend the dismissal of a supervisor or other responsible person, other than an elected official, who it determines committed a prohibited personnel practice.
C. The state personnel board may adopt rules it deems necessary for the administration of hearings and the review of appeals and complaints as prescribed in this section.
D. The state personnel board shall only exercise authority that is specifically granted to the board pursuant to this article.