Up to 160 employees work in the Bill Ray Center, where air quality tests show higher than normal levels of carbon dioxide associated with “headaches, sleepiness and stagnant, stale, stuffy air.”
Republican Rep. Cathy Muñoz opted not to seek a leadership position in the Alaska House Majority, while Sen. Dennis Egan will caucus with fellow Democrats.
The state and the Inlandboatmen’s Union have a tentative agreement on a new three-year contract for state ferry workers
Direct deposits are to be complete by Tuesday morning
Retired public employees continue to be concerned with changes to the AlaskaCare health plan offered through the state retirement system.
The State of Alaska is trying to clear up mass confusion over recent changes to its AlaskaCare retiree health plan.
Officials claim new universal space standards will save money and create a better work environment, but some state employees think otherwise.
State assistance checks delayed by a computer system crash are now being processed.
The Department of Administration is putting out feelers for office space for DOT headquarters in Juneau. The lease for the Department of Transportation and Public Facilities on Channel Drive is up for renewal next year. The Administration Department handles office leasing and has published a Request for Information. It calls for 30,000 to 40,000 square…
About a hundred state workers held a rally outside the State Office Building in Juneau Thursday to show solidarity with union leaders negotiating new contracts.