An appointing authority may formulate and implement procedures to be used to promote its employees

An appointing authority may formulate and implement procedures to be used to promote its employeesSinopidis v Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, 2019 NY Slip Op 00830, Appellate Division, First DepartmentA candidate for promotion from Port Authority of New York and New Jersey Sergeant to Lieutenant  [Petitioner] received a failing grade he received based on his performance at a Qualifications Review Meeting [QRM]. Supreme Court denied his petition seeking a court order directing the Port Authority to effect his  promotion to Lieutenant and to award him back pay and benefits, or, in the alternative, to order the Port Authority "to reconvene [Petitioner's]  interview on a pass-fail basis".  Petitioner appealed the Supreme Court's ruling. The Appellate Division, however, affirmed the lower court decision, explaining that Petitioner:1. failed to demonstrate that the Port Authority lacked the discretion to formulate and implement the…

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