§ 97.63. Working out-of-class.

 An appointing authority may temporarily assign an employee to perform duties and responsibilities of another class. Except in the case of emergency, which shall be limited to 30 work days, the employee so assigned shall meet all of the established requirements for the class to which assigned. Employees assigned to work out-of-class shall either have probationary or regular status in their current class. An out-of-class assignment does not entitle the incumbent to preferences for the position on a permanent basis.


   The provisions of this §  97.63 adopted March 29, 1985, effective March 30, 1985, 15 Pa.B. 1151; amended March 12, 2004, effective March 13, 2004, 34 Pa.B. 1442. Immediately preceeding text appears at serial page (204956).

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