Salary upon appointment

Salary upon appointmentGolanec v Culross, 272 AD2d 471 Rye police officer Jeffrey Golanec claimed that in consideration of his experience as a police officer, he was entitled to be appointed at a higher salary step of the salary grade of his position rather than at the entrance level rate. The Appellate Division, sustaining a lower court ruling, pointed out that Golanec failed to prove that other police officers with the same or similar training and experience as police officers were appointed at higher starting salary levels. Had Golanec been able to demonstrate that other police officers having training and experience similar to his were initially appointed at a higher salary, presumably the court would have required the appointing authority to explain why it had appointed him at the entrance level of the pay scale.

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