A reduction-in-force can be a stressful experience, not only for the employees who are directly affected, but also for their families, friends, supervisors and co-workers. This site was created for state employees who may be notified and/or separated by reduction-in-force, but also for the many others whose lives may be touched by this process.
On this site you will find a Reduction-in-Force Resource Guide to Benefits, policies associated with reduction-in-force, and most importantly, advice from our Employee Assistance Program about how to cope with the disruption and uncertainty that reduction-in-force brings.
As state employees, we may gain strength by relying on each other in these difficult times. Take heart in the fact that, at one time or another, many other state employees have been through this experience and have had similar feelings and circumstances. Your fellow state employees can be a wonderful source of support.
We hope these resources will help to smooth your transition. Please feel free to contact the Office of State Personnel and let us know how we can help.
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