What Are My Rights as a Public Employee in New Jersey?

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As a public employee in New Jersey, depending on what kind of municipality you work for whether it’s civil service or non-civil service, you have really a really a platform of rights. You always have the right to a hearing under civil service rules if your employer decides to suspend or terminate you. You have a right to an administrative hearing and you may have right to appeal that hearing to a higher level. You also have certain rights regarding your workdays, your work treatment and if you are a labor union member, you have rights that are provided and overseen by the Public Employees Relation Commission (PERC).

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