Minn. Agencies Have Post-Shutdown Recall Plans

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — The administration of Gov. Mark Dayton says state employees idled by the shutdown can check a state website to know what day to come back to work.

A special session is gearing up Tuesday night with Dayton and Republican legislative leaders aiming to pass a state budget compromise and end the shutdown.

Dayton’s budget office says employees will be recalled to work after the governor signs into law budget bills affecting their agencies. That will spur each agencies’ “recall and communications plan” that involves notifications through the media, calling trees and hotlines, email messages and posts on social media sites.

The information will also be posted on the website http://www.bereadymn.com.

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  1. Alex says:

    Wish I could get three weeks off with pay.

    1. barry says:

      Why spread lies. The only pay state worker will receive is unemployment—just as the private sector would and does.

    2. P SMITH says:

      by the way Alex we had NO choice in this so please keep your snide remarks like that to yourself we don’t need them. It wasen’t are fault and do you really think we wanted the time off where we couldn’t do anything except for watching the media coverage !

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