Section: Acts done, rights acquired, etc., under repealed acts not affected by repeal
11A:2-11. Powers and duties of the commission. In addition to other powers and duties vested in the commission by this title or any other law, the commission:
a. (Deleted by amendment, P.L.2008, c.29);
b. May appoint employees necessary to enforce or implement the provisions of this title. All employees of the commission whose principal duties relate to the enforcement or implementation of this title shall be confidential employees for the purposes of the "New Jersey Employer-Employee Relations Act," P.L.1941, c.100 (C.34:13A-1 et seq.);
c. Shall maintain a management information system necessary to carry out the provisions of this title;
d. Shall have the authority to audit payrolls, reports or transactions for conformity with the provisions of this title;
e. Shall plan, evaluate, administer and implement personnel programs and policies in State government and political subdivisions operating under this title;
f. Shall establish and supervise the selection process and employee performance evaluation procedures;
g. (Deleted by amendment, P.L.2008, c.29);
h. Shall set standards and procedures for review and render the final administrative decision on a written record or after recommendation by an independent reviewer assigned by the commission from classification, salary, layoff rights and in the State service noncontractual grievances;
i. May establish pilot programs and other projects for a maximum of one year outside of the provisions of this title;
j. Shall provide for a public employee interchange program pursuant to the "Government Employee Interchange Act of 1967," P.L.1967, c.77 (C.52:14-6.10 et seq.) and may provide for an employee interchange program between public and private sector employees;
k. (Deleted by amendment, P.L.2008, c.29);
l. (Deleted by amendment, P.L.2008, c.29);
m. Shall establish and consult with advisory boards representing political subdivisions, personnel officers, labor organizations and other appropriate groups;
n. Shall make an annual report to the Governor and Legislature and all other special or periodic reports as may be required. The annual report shall indicate the number of persons, by title, who, on March 31, June 30, September 30, and December 31 of each year, held appointments to positions in the senior executive service and the number of noncareer employees by title, who, on those same dates, held appointments in positions in the senior executive service; and
o. Shall have the authority to assess costs for special or other services;
p. (Deleted by amendment, P.L.2008, c.29).
Amended 2008, c.29, s.8.
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