Oklahoma Corrections Department to furlough employees

By admin • June 14th, 2010

The state Corrections Department plans to furlough all employees for 23 days in the upcoming fiscal year. Furloughs will also apply to correctional officers, Corrections Department Director Justin Jones said Thursday.

The state Corrections Department plans to furlough all employees for 23 days in the upcoming fiscal year.Furloughs will also apply to correctional officers, Corrections Department Director Justin Jones said Thursday.

The “F” Cell block in the original building at the Oklahoma State Penitentiary in McAlester, OK, Thursday, Jan. 10, 2008. BY PAUL HELLSTERN

 However, some furlough days could be removed from the calendar if the agency receives about $30 million in supplemental funding, Jones said.

He said all employees will do one furlough day each month from July through February. “The furlough schedule after February will depend upon whether or not and or how much of a supplemental appropriation we receive when the next legislative session convenes.”
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