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I suggest That the governor's office get more involved in costly discipline of employees. Myself and several other employees were at an arbitration hearing awhile ago, all waiting to testify, and all on overtime.5 of us at 60.00 an hour. We got there at 9/am and at 2/pm the state employee prosecutor took 2 of us to testify, then told the other 3 to come back in 2 weeks.UNBELIEVABLE!!!. The other 3 made 300.00 each for ...more »
there is absolutely no supervision of management in our correctional facilities....NONE..maybe building 2 dosnt realize that the captains and deputy superintendents act like highschool kids with their vindictive behavior towards security staff, or maybe its just accepted that prison cameras are used for reason other than what the taxpayer money was spent for, which is: to investigate legitimate complaints of documnented ...more »
the dept of corrections just gave another correction officer exam. for the last few years they have been having trouble getting people to take the job, even though the pay and benefits are very good. on the other end of that is an aging dept. many came in during the mid 80s and are ready to retire.....noone wants to do 1 minute longer than the 25 years anymore. governor...why has ny state let what used to be a great ...more »
get rid of superintendants in the state prisons...have 1 hub super. that covers all of them..they dont do much other than look for reasons to discipline employees to justify their existance,and they make 125,000 - 160,000 each..there are approx. 70 of them...do the math its a no brainer. the captains, Lts and Sgts dont need them.
state agencies need to stop issuing notices of discipline like candy..they should be reserved for the uttermost difficult employees who have committed very serious acts or omissions.they cost taxpayers alot of money .missed work hours on arbitration hearings, travel pay etc...most of the time they come from vandictive administrators..its out of control.the director of labor relations needs to be realistic as to how serious ...more »