Connecticut Laws - Title 5 State Employees
CHAPTER 67* STATE PERSONNEL ACT
Sec. 5-256. Service to counties, agricultural extension offices, state college bookstores, Hartford Bridge Authority and municipal courts included in term of state service.

Sec. 5-256. Service to counties, agricultural extension offices, state college bookstores, Hartford Bridge Authority and municipal courts included in term of state service. (907)(1-click HTML)

(a) The term of employment in state service shall be construed to include, in the case of a county employee taken into state service pursuant to the express provisions of the general statutes, or in the case of a former county employee who subsequently was appointed to a position in the state service, or in the case of a former clerical employee in a county agricultural extension office when such service was sponsored by the county farm bureau or county agricultural extension council who subsequently was appointed in the state service, or in the case of a former employee of a bookstore at a state college or other state institution of higher education, the operation and management of which has been assumed by the state, and who subsequently was appointed to a position in the state service, the term of his county service or extension office service or state college bookstore service or bookstore service at any other state institution of higher education on an equivalent basis, upon receipt of data satisfactory to the Commissioner of Administrative Services showing the time such employee worked for such county or extension office or state college bookstore service or bookstore service at any other state institution of higher education. All records of the state which show the length of service in the employment of the state of any such former county or extension office or state college bookstore or bookstore of any other state institution of higher education employee shall be maintained to show the length of such county or extension office or state college bookstore service or bookstore service at any other state institution of higher education and the total of state service and county or extension office or state college bookstore service or bookstore service at any other state institution of higher education. (908)

(b) The term of employment in state service shall be construed to include, in the case of a Hartford Bridge Authority employee taken into state service pursuant to the express provisions of the general statutes, the term of his service with the Hartford Bridge Authority on an equivalent basis, upon receipt of data satisfactory to the Commissioner of Administrative Services showing the time such employee worked for such bridge authority. All records of the state which show the length of service in the employment of the state of any such former bridge authority employee shall be maintained to show the length of such bridge authority service and the total of state service and bridge authority service. (909)

(c) The term of employment in state service shall be construed to include, in the case of an employee or part-time or intermittent employee of a state, municipal, city, police, justice or traffic court taken into state service in the Circuit Court, the term of his service with such state, municipal, city, police, justice or traffic court on an equivalent basis, upon receipt of data satisfactory to the Commissioner of Administrative Services showing the time such employee worked for such state, municipal, city, police, justice or traffic court. All records of the state which show the length of service in the employment of the state of any such former state, municipal, city, police, justice or traffic court employee shall be maintained to show the length of such former service and the total of state service and state, municipal, city, police, justice or traffic court service. (910)

  

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