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Furlough days switched from scheduled to floating days

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On March 6, the state announced that, with the enactment of the 2009 state budget, mandatory furloughs previously imposed on state employees will change to floating furlough days.

Instead of being on furlough on the first and third Friday of each month, state employees will now have two floating furlough days a month that they can take together at a later date. Under the plan, employees can take two of their floating unpaid days a month at their discretion or save the days to be taken together later.

On March 6 most state agencies and departments were closed, and state workers took their third and final unpaid furlough day. The furloughs will remain in effect until July 1, 2010, under an executive order issued by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger.

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