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I would be a hard advocate for people who leave State service retaining their steps, even beyond the two years.

Two years is often not enough time for an employee to see all the cons associated with not working for the state. As such I have little ability to entice highly trained staff, that could be supervisory union employees, to return to state service even with minor advanced step placement. As a result, as soon as they leave state service, I will not see them again.

Jonathan Tymick


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