The State Worker

Chronicling civil-service life for California state workers

May 26, 2010
Assembly committee to consider state workforce planning

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The Assembly Committee on Accountability and Administrative Review at 9 a.m. this morning will talk about the state's planning -- or lack thereof -- to address turnover in the workforce.

Here's a backgrounder on the issues. This link opens the committee's agenda. Here's our April 14 story about the growing exodus of employees, "California state worker retirements spike." It included the graphic at the top of this post.

GRAPHIC: Nathaniel Levine, Sacramento Bee

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