As we reported late last Friday and Saturday, the Brown Administration and the State Personnel Board released their audits of California state managers and supervisors who had a second (and in some cases, a third and a fourth) appointment to hourly-wage jobs in their same departments.
About 85 percent, CalHR said, held secondary positions in violation of state hiring policies and civil service laws that aim to make state jobs subject to a fair and open process.
The remaining 76 of the appointments were appropriate, CalHR investigators said.
What follows is the unedited spreadsheet from CalHR that summarizes its auditors' findings:
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