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California state doctors and dentists earned far more than other unionized state employees last year, with base pay averaging $204,764 and half of them earned more than $234,000.
Nadia Lockyer, the wife of state Treasurer Bill Lockyer, is lashing out at Attorney General Kamala Harris for not pursuing charges against a former boyfriend she said assaulted her.
Gov. Jerry Brown has vetoed a bill that would have obligated the state to enter into a lease with a non-profit group that runs a museum at Folsom State Prison.
Crews will start work Friday at the vexed Board of Equalization headquarters, but it won’t be to fix the crumbling waste-water plumbing or to replace faulty exterior glass panels that were among the long list of tower defects chronicled by...
Scott Carney, who sometimes endured withering criticism from lawmakers for his department’s perceived inefficiencies, is leaving his administrative post at the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation to become a deputy city manager fo...
A Sacramento attorney filed a $50 million tort claim this month, a first step toward suing the Board of Equalization on behalf of employees who say their bosses downplayed the high-rise tower’s ailments and put workers’ health at ri...
A state system that uses inmate labor to provide goods and services will see its revenues jump 15.6 percent in fiscal 2014-15, according to a plan recently approved by the board of the California Prison Industry Authority.
Column Extra: Investigation of California Fair Employment and Housing details department’s resistence to probe, why some witnesses weren’t credibleThursday, July 17, 2014 at 10:05 AM
The State Worker column this week delves into alleged shenanigans at the Department of Fair Employment and Housing detailed in a new investigative report by the State Personnel Board.
The State Worker: Investigation says state managers manipulated system, lied, to cover illegal promotionWednesday, July 16, 2014 at 7:17 PM
The State Personnel Board’s more aggressive pursuit of hiring shenanigans and promotion miscues in state government may be bearing fruit.