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Session Laws, 1975
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MARVIN MANDEL, Governor

4111

(J) POLICE OFFICERS OF THE MARYLAND STATE
POLICE.

3.     The grievance procedure set forth in Section 7
of the University of Maryland publication
known as Personnel Practices for Classified
Employees at the College Park Campus, appended
to this Executive Order as attachment B, as
modified by Article 77A, Section 15(e)(1—a) of
the Annotated Code of Maryland, is adopted and
promulgated, and it shall be applicable to all
employees of the University of Maryland except
those in the categories excluded in Paragraph
4 of this Executive Order.

4.     The grievance procedure adopted in Paragraph 3
shall not be applicable to the following
categories of employees:

(a)    Persons who are subject to contracts,
rules, or regulations concerning teacher
tenure, including employees on a faculty
staff;

(b)    Persons holding positions on the
[Associative] ASSOCIATE Staff of the
University of Maryland, provided that
the President of the University
undertakes a review of such positions
for the purpose of:

(i) determining which, if any, of such
positions should be classified,
and promptly classifying them, and

(ii) determining as to the rest, what,
if any, changes in the grievance
procedure are appropriate in light
of this Executive Order and the
grievance procedure applicable to
the faculty staff.

(C) PART-TIME EMPLOYEES, STUDENT EMPLOYEES,
PATIENTS AND INMATES IN STATE
INSTITUTIONS.

5.     Employees subject to this Executive Order who
are rejected or discharged prior to the
completion of a probationary status shall be
advised of the reasons for their rejection or
discharge. If dissatisfied with the
management action, such employees may avail
themselves of the applicable grievance
procedure promulgated in this Executive Order.

 

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