SEIU Local 1000 has won two state grants that will help public employees earn promotions as prison nurses and state information technology specialists. They target hard-to-fill careers in state civil service.
SEIU Local 1000 has won two state grants that will help public employees earn promotions as prison nurses and state information technology specialists. They target hard-to-fill careers in state civil service. Randall Benton Sacramento Bee file photo, 2009
SEIU Local 1000 has won two state grants that will help public employees earn promotions as prison nurses and state information technology specialists. They target hard-to-fill careers in state civil service. Randall Benton Sacramento Bee file photo, 2009

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SEIU grants give state workers on-the-job training for promotions

September 22, 2017 09:23 AM

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