California prisons issuing 26,000 layoff warning notices

The Sacramento Bee – October 21, 2011 The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation is issuing some 26,000 layoff warning notices to its employees over the next few days as it begins downsizing and shifting some of its work to local governments. It’s not clear how many employees are actually in danger of losing their jobs. Corrections is sending out more notices than the number of positions it expects…[For full story: ]

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California prisons issuing 26,000 layoff warning notices

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