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There is no LA law prohibiting a retired state employee from being rehired with the state.
R.S. 11:710, which applies to rehiring of teachers who have retired does not seem to apply to this situation because you have not returned to teaching and as such I do not see there being a prohibition in the LA statutes about you leaving he public school teaching and collecting that pension and working another state job that is non-teaching. See: LA RS 11:710
Under the law, if you have been working, regardless of whether or not they are waiting on a decision, the wage
act and Fair Labor Standards Act
provides you must be paid for all hours worked and if you are working and not being paid then you can file a complaint with the Department of Labor
Wage and Hour Division.
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