Employee was not provided with adequate notice of grounds for demotion.

Topic: Employment, Decided by: Judge Teate 
Docket Number: 1634698 , Decision Date: April 13, 2016 
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A community service board was not authorized to demote a classified employee for alleged “misconduct,” “inefficiency in performing assigned duties” and “conduct reflecting discredit” on the board where the notice of the proposed demotion provided only that the board had received complaints from six employees, without describing the complaints or identifying the complainants.  Further, the board failed to prove that the employee engaged in misconduct with regard to the one allegation for which it provided adequate notice.

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