Introduced Senate Bill (S)

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DIGEST

Employment of emergency medical service providers. Provides that if a governing body of a city, town, township, or county must reduce the number of its members of emergency medical services personnel by layoff for financial reasons, the last member appointed must be the first laid off, with other members laid off in reverse order of being hired. Provides that if the emergency medical services personnel are later increased in number, the members who have been laid off must be reinstated before any new member is appointed. Provides for notification of reinstatement to a member, and directs that a member in Employment of emergency medical service providers. Provides that if a governing body of a city, town, township, or county must reduce the number of its members of emergency medical services personnel by layoff for financial reasons, the last member appointed must be the first laid off, with other members laid off in reverse order of being hired. Provides that if the emergency medical services personnel are later increased in number, the members who have been laid off must be reinstated before any new member is appointed. Provides for notification of reinstatement to a member, and directs that a member in receipt of a notice must, within 20 calendar days after the notice is sent, advise the unit of government whether the member accepts reinstatement. Provides that the reinstatement rights of a member terminate upon the member's failure to accept reinstatement within the 20 day period or five years after the date of the member's layoff. ... View more