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Typically under contract you can get a “Step raise” every year in either January or July depending g on hire date. But contract negotiations and “give backs” sometimes prevent those raises. But overall it’s a great job that’s not for everyone

Answered October 9, 2019

No promotional opportunities and favoritism. Managers don't get fired staff does.

Answered July 5, 2019

I was a correctional locksmith, so I worked M-F 7:45-3:00pm with 12 paid holidays a year. There was overtime and emergency hold overs, and NO snow days! Even if the state is closed, you ARE essential personnel and MUST report for duty

Answered October 9, 2019

40 to 60 hours per week were often put in as job was demanding and oftenmerited responses to courts, judges etc.

Answered February 25, 2018

I enjoy going to work, I take pride in working for the State of CT, I enjoy just being of assistance in any area I can, It gives me great pleasure in knowing I was able to be of assistance to our customers

Answered May 1, 2018

People specialized tasks and report for team meetings for updates on projects

Answered August 23, 2019
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