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California state government violated civil service rules by giving hundreds of salaried managers part-time jobs that paid them an hourly wage, according to an audit released Friday.
Some of California's most prominent departments improperly gave salaried managers additional jobs that pay an hourly wage, violating civil service rules, according to a audit released late this afternoon.
A new survey finds that "the picture is brightening" for the state and local government civil service workforce as fewer employers resort to hiring freezes and layoffs -- although they're continuing to whittle away at employee bene...
California officials say the state cannot retain enough trained workers to efficiently run and maintain its complex water delivery system, a problem that has consequences for cities and farms statewide.
On Friday two state agencies will release the results of their probes into departments giving salaried managers secondary jobs that pay an hourly wage.
The California Association of Professional Scientists is sponsoring its 25th annual State Scientists Day at the Capitol today.
The program may be dead, but the spending isn't over for the state's defunct payroll system overhaul.
During a press conference this morning to tout his latest state budget plan, Gov. Jerry Brown said that he wants to hold down state payroll costs as his administration bargains new pacts with nearly a dozen unions.
Odette Madriago, the chief deputy director of the Department of Toxic Subtances Control has resigned from her post to take a lower-level job at the agency before she retires at end of the year.
The University of California said today that it will ask a judge to keep hospital workers from striking later this month.