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Wanted: qualified workers -- State employees need more compensation for jobs they do

Within the ranks of state employees as well as within the Department of Administration it is common knowledge that the state of Alaska is having difficulty hiring qualified employees and retaining qualified employees. As you look across the job openings in Work Place Alaska, you will see many jobs that have been open for months, even years.

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Opinion
Workers sign up for credit protection services after identity crises

...said. Public employee union officials have also been receiving calls from members, said Jim Duncan of the Alaska State Employees Association. He would have liked to see the state do more. "I'm still concerned about the way this was handled...

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Olson's committee pushes for substitute

...auditors has delayed answers to legislative requests for financial data. Jim Duncan, business manager of the Alaska State Employees Association, which represents the auditors, said there is no reason to shift those employees outside the union's...

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