Connecticut Laws - Title 5 State Employees
Sec. 5-221a. Appeal from rejection of application for admission to examination.

Sec. 5-221a. Appeal from rejection of application for admission to examination. (746)(1-click HTML)

Within ten days of the receipt by an applicant for employment or an employee in the classified service of a notice of rejection of his application for admission to an examination held for the purpose of establishing a candidate list for any position in the classified service, such applicant or employee may appeal such rejection in writing to the Commissioner of Administrative Services, providing supplementary information on qualifications as may be necessary, and may request a hearing to review such rejection. The commissioner shall appoint an independent human resource professional to render a final decision on the applicant's or employee's appeal within thirty days thereafter. (747)


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