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Calif. Gov Workers Have $2.75B in Paid Time Off

Monday, 21 Jun 2010 11:04 AM

 

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California government employees have built up the equivalent of $2.75 billion of paid time off, according to a report in the Sacramento Bee.

The Bee report indicates that state workers had 75.5 million hours on the books as of May 28.

The time was spread across 17 types of leave employees can cash out when they quit or retire, reported the Bee. That's equal to nearly 11 weeks of paid time off owed each of the 176,000 state workers whose leave data are tracked by the state Controller's Office.

Average cash value: $15,655 per person.

"We expect much of this time will be used for its intended purpose," said Lynelle Jolley, spokeswoman for the state's Department of Personnel Administration.

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