Wednesday, April 09, 2014

Supplemental military leave benefits


Supplemental military leave benefits
I.D. No.CVS-14-14-00001-P

The New York State Department of Civil Service has proposed to amend 4 NYCRR 21.15 and 4 NYCRR 28-1.17, both of which provided supplemental military leave benefits to eligible officers and employees of the State as the employer. whereby the availability of supplemental military leave benefits for would be extended until December 31, 2014.

The text of proposed rule and any required statements and analyses may be obtained from Shirley LaPlante, NYS Department of Civil Service, Albany, NY 12239, (518) 473-6598. You may email Ms LaPlante at: shirley.laplante@cs.state.ny.us .

Data, views or arguments may be submitted to Ilene Lees, Counsel, NYS Department of Civil Service, Albany, NY 12239, (518) 473-2624 or they may be e-mailed to her at: ilene.lees@cs.state.ny.us

Public comment will be received until 45 days after publication of this notice in the State Reporter dated April 9, 2014.

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