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PDFWAC 383-06-140

Appeal/perfection of right to appeal—Statewide employee suggestion program.

(1) A suggester, or the suggester's representative, may, by written appeal, request that either a denial of award or the amount of an award be reconsidered. To be valid, the appeal must be received by the board within thirty calendar days of board action. For an appeal to be accepted, new evidence or new information must be supplied. Such appeal must state with specificity the grounds for the appeal and a statement of the relief sought.
(2) Productivity board staff shall make the determination whether an appeal request is accepted or rejected based on the new information or new evidence that is submitted by the suggester. An agency shall reconsider accepted appealed suggestions based upon new information or new evidence provided in the written appeal and report its findings to the productivity board. The board shall reconsider the suggestion in light of new information and/or evidence and evaluations.
(3) If a rejected suggestion is implemented within two years of board action, the employee may file an appeal based on the suggestion's implementation. Such appeal must be filed within two years of board action.
(4) The board reserves the right to rule on cases which involve extenuating circumstances.
[Statutory Authority: Chapter 41.60 RCW. WSR 99-24-093, § 383-06-140, filed 11/30/99, effective 1/1/00; WSR 86-04-039 (Order 85-1), § 383-06-140, filed 1/30/86; WSR 83-15-063 (Order 831), § 383-06-140, filed 7/20/83.]
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