Report of the State Civil Service Commission, Volume 28, Part 1

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The Commission, 1911

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Page 26 - No person shall be appointed or employed under any title not appropriate to the duties to be performed, and no person shall be transferred to, or assigned to perform the duties of, any position subject to competitive examination, unless he shall have previously passed an open competitive examination equivalent to that required for such position, or unless...
Page 34 - Association in 1910, speaking of the bank examiners appointed from competitive examinations: "In my opinion, they are energetic, enthusiastic and efficient. Thanks to the Civil Service Commission, we are now adding to the service men rated upon their experience, education and personality, rather than upon mere ability to answer written questions. We are obtaining experienced bank men of dignity and judgment as the material from which capable examiners will be developed.
Page 17 - The executive officers of every public department, bureau, commission, or board of the state and of each county, city or other civil division thereof are authorized and empowered to grant to every employee under their supervision, who shall have been in such employ for at least one year, a vacation of not less than two weeks in each year, and for such further period of time as in the opinion and judgment of the executive officers, the duties...
Page 10 - An act in relation to the inferior courts of criminal jurisdiction in the city of New York, defining their powers and jurisdiction and providing for their officers...
Page 53 - Civil list of the state, county and village service classified under the state civil service rule, Jan.
Page 24 - The members of the municipal commission were cited to appear before the State Commission to show cause why they should not be removed from office, and a...
Page 11 - Commission, which held that the use of the word " confidential * would not make it necessary to classify the positions as exempt from examination...

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