§ 2550. Reinstatement and
A. Each employee who, during or at the expiration of his working
test period of probation following his promotion after being
certified from an appropriate employment list, is rejected and
refused permanent status in the position and class to which he
was promoted, shall be automatically reinstated to the
position from which he was promoted without his name being
placed upon any list.
B. All employees whose names appear upon the reinstatement list
for a respective class shall be reinstated in a position
thereof, in the reverse order from which their names are
placed upon the list, before any other appointment is made
C. All employees whose names appear upon the re-employment list
for a class from which they were laid off according to the
provisions of R.S. 33:2559, shall be re-employed in a position
thereof, or offered such appointment, in the reverse order
from which their names were placed upon the list for the class
and before any other employment or appointment is made in it.
D. Any regular employee who resigns from a position in the
classified service may, with the prior approval of the board,
be reemployed in a position of the class or in a position of
any lower class for which he is qualified, provided the
reemployment is made within four years of the date of
resignation, and provided no person whose name appears upon
either the reinstatement, promotional employment, or
reemployment list for a class to which any such person is
reemployed is willing to accept an appointment therein. Any
person who is reemployed shall be physically fit to perform
the duties of the position to which he is appointed. He shall
furnish a favorable medical certificate to the appointing
authority and the board after a recent examination by a
E. Any regular employee who resigns or retires from a position in
the classified service may, with prior approval of the board, be reemployed
in a position of the class in which he was employed immediately preceding
his resignation or retirement or in a position in any lower class. Any such
employee may be reemployed at any time after his resignation or retirement,
but he shall be qualified for the position to which he is reemployed. In addition,
the employee shall be reemployeed with the seniority accumulated through the
date of reinstatement; however, a regular employee shall be reemployed as
provided in this Subsection only if his resignation or retirement occurred as a
result of the employee being unable to perform the essential functions of his job
upon sustaining any injury that is compensable pursuant to the provisions of
Chapter 10 of Title 23 of the Louisiana Revised Statutes of 1950.
Added by Acts 1964, No. 282, § 1. Amended by Acts 1985, No. 539, § 1; Acts 2012, No.595, § 1, eff. June 7, 2012.
|The Municipal Fire and Police Civil Service Law was amended as a result of the 2012 Regular Legislative Session. As of this writing, the web sites of both the Legislature of the State of Louisiana and West Group (West Law) have not posted the civil service law in its final amended form. However, we have added the above section to reflect the changes in the law. The additions are temporarily underlined, and upon verification with the final publication of the law, will be incorporated into the existing language.|
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