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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 22. Social Services
Agency 40. Department of Social Services
4/7/2020

Chapter 675. Personnel Policies for Local Departments of Social ServicesRead Chapter

Section 10
Definitions
Section 20
Local department designation
Section 30
Development of personnel policies and procedures
Section 40
Inclusion in local jurisdiction personnel plans
Section 50
Adoption of specific policies of the local jurisdiction
Section 60
State classification plan
Section 70
Commissioner's responsibilities
Section 80
State compensation plan
Section 90
Local compensation plans
Section 100
Other local compensation issues
Section 110
Deviations from state classification or compensation plans
Section 120
Reviews
Section 130
General hiring provision
Section 140
Employee status in the merit system plan
Section 150
Reimbursements to local departments for benefits paid to employees
Section 160
Termination or separation from local service
Section 170
Performance evaluation of local department employees
Section 180
Equal employment opportunity
Section 190
Policy, intent and purpose
Section 200
Employee grievance procedure
Section 210
Political activity
Section 220
Outside employment of local department employees
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