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How often do raises occur at State of Connecticut?


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Working for the state means you could go three years without a raise which is what has happened to both managers an union employees. This has happened twice in the last two contracts. Not to mention furlough days and pension/medical benefits givebacks.


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Annually yearly unless there is a promotion or job position change

Answered - Wage & Workplace Standards Division (Current Employee) - Wethersfield, CT

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Union contract

Answered - Correctional Counselor (Former Employee) - Manson in Cheshire

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Every couple of months

Answered - Data Entry Clerk (Former Employee) - Wethersfield, CT

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Once every 2 years

Answered - Marshal Service (Former Employee) - Danbury CT.

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None, especially for new hires.

Answered - Temporary Court Recording Monitor (Current Employee) - Waterbury, CT

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Every 3-5 years

Answered - Behavioral Health Clinical Director (Former Employee) - Hartford, CT

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