In April, the State Personnel Board will consider consolidating a number of job titles for supervisors working at the Prison Industries Authority.
In April, the State Personnel Board will consider consolidating a number of job titles for supervisors working at the Prison Industries Authority. Hector Amezcua Sacramento Bee file, 2010
In April, the State Personnel Board will consider consolidating a number of job titles for supervisors working at the Prison Industries Authority. Hector Amezcua Sacramento Bee file, 2010

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