Babies Won't Be Allowed To Come To Work With State Worker Parents After Governor Vetoes BillCalifornia state workers will not be allowed to bring their infants to work after Governor Gavin Newsom vetoed Assembly Bill 372 on Tuesday.
California Could Become Latest State To Allow State Workers To Bring Infants To WorkCalifornia could join four other states and allow state workers to bring their infants to work until the child is six months old or crawling, whichever comes first.
Governor Honors Oldest And Longest-Serving State Employee, 98-Year-Old May LeeMay Lee said her philosophy is to have a positive attitude, strive to mentor others, and eat lots of vegetables.
California Could Be Months Away From Allowing State Workers To Bring Infants To WorkCalifornia's proposal to allow state workers to bring their infants to work passed the Assembly Thursday and now goes to the State Senate for review and debate.
State Audit Finds State Workers' Bad Behaviors Wasted Taxpayer MoneyAccording to a new state audit, $150,000 of taxpayer money was wasted by California workers' bad behaviors.
Committee Vote On Bill That Would Allow California State Workers To Bring Infants To Work DelayedA bill allowing state workers to bring their infants to work with them is up for a committee vote.
Official: California Overpaid State Employees Last Month, Wants Money BackOfficials say California overpaid at least $700,000 to state employees last month and the government wants the money back.
California Overtime Tops $1 Billion, Hits Pre-Recession HighOvertime for California's state workers rose 20 percent last year and topped $1 billion even though there are 20,000 fewer employees than in pre-recession 2008, the last time the state paid out so much, according to new payroll data.