Corrections officers lead list of 328 state layoffs

Governor Dannel P. Malloy’s administration released a department-by-department list of layoff notices that have been issued so far, led by 222 in the Department of Correction.

Out of those 222, 191 are corrections officers.

The Office of Policy and Management said there have been 328 layoffs so far, according to a release by Malloy spokesperson Colleen Flanagan.

The Department of Mental Health and Addiction has sent out 89 layoff notices, and the Department of Construction Services sent out 14.

The list does not include layoffs or separations prior to June 1.

Noticed employees may have legal and contractual rights, such as bumping, in lieu of layoffs.

Position counts are unduplicated.

The list doesn’t include Legislative or Judicial Branches, or constituent units of higher education.

Here is the full list:

Agency
Bargaining Unit
Notices

Department of Construction Services

Managerial
1
Administrative Clerical
4
Engineering, Scientific, Technical
8
Admin and Residual
1
Total
14

Department of Correction

Administrative Clerical
6
Corrections Officers
191
Health Professional
3
Education B
9
Corrections Supervisor
13
Total
222

Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection

Managerial
1

Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services

Managerial
5
Service/Maintenance
10
Administrative Clerical
6
Protective Services
2
Health Nonprofessional
33
Health Professional
33
Total
89

Office of Policy and Management

Managerial
2

Grand Total
328

Recap by bargaining unit:

Managerial
9
Service/Maintenance
10
Administrative Clerical
16
Corrections Officers
191
Protective Services
2
Health Nonprofessional
33
Health Professional
36
Education B
9
Engineering, Scientific, Technical
8
Admin and Residual
1
Corrections Supervisor
13
Total
328

Categories: General
Tom Cleary