357-52-020 (Filing appeals).
357-52-225 (Filing papers with the Personnel
The Appeal Form is provided to assist employees who desire to file an appeals within the jurisdiction of the Personnel
The form requests the basic information required to determine if the Board has jurisdiction to accept the appeal. If additional information is required, the
Appeals Supervisor will request by letter that such information be provided in writing to supplement the initial appeal form and supplemental documents filed.
An employee may withdraw his or her appeal at any time by notifying the Board in writing.
The Board will enter an Order of Dismissal after being notified of an Appellant's intent to withdraw his or her appeal.
An appeal may not be reinstated after it has been dismissed.
To withdraw an appeal, download a Motion and Order of Dismissal form, also referred to as a Withdrawal Form. Please provide the required appeal information and remember to sign and date the form. Mail the signed form to the
Board office. If you choose to send the form by FAX, please also forward the original by mail. At this time, we cannot accept such documents by e-mail.
Call the Personnel Resources Board staff at (360) 902-9820 if you have any questions.
When may a written motion be filed?
Must the board consider untimely motions?
What must be included with a motion?
How many copies of a motion must be submitted?
What may the board decide based on a motion?
Any party to an appeal may file motions to obtain orders addressing specific issues (e.g., to compel discovery or continuance of a hearing date). A party may also move for the Board to decide or dismiss an appeal as a matter of law if no genuine issue exists as to any material fact. Motions must be filed in compliance with the Board's rules of procedure.
Motions must be submitted in writing, except for verbal motions presented in conjunction with appeal hearings. Motions may be supported by memoranda, affidavits or other documents, and must be filed and served on the opposing party as stated in the rules.
The Note for Setting Motion form is used to schedule a motion on the Board's motion calendar.
Who may prepare, sign and issue a subpoena?
What must a subpoena include?