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Over 300 Virginia state employees resign
in wake of Gov. Youngkin’s telework policy

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Posted By: NorthernDog, 7/8/2022 10:43:23 PM

RICHMOND, Va. — More than 300 employees from five state agencies have resigned since Gov. Glenn Youngkin announced Virginia’s new telework policy in early May, according to records obtained by 8News. This includes 183 Virginia Department of Transportation employees, 28 of whom cited “telework options” as the reason for leaving. Two VDOT workers who listed telework as the reason did move to another state agency, records obtained by 8News after filing a Freedom of Information Act request show. On May 5, Youngkin updated the state’s telework policy for all state employees to begin working in-person full-time by July 5, a


New policy requires a good reason to work from home and limits the number of days. Government employees complained that the policy was 'rushed' and 'confusing'.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: thefield 7/8/2022 10:47:10 PM (No. 1210500)
300 state trainees
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Reply 2 - Posted by: ussjimmycarter 7/8/2022 10:50:06 PM (No. 1210502)
Government continues with better service and increased productivity! Analysts puzzled!
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Reply 3 - Posted by: LadyHen 7/8/2022 10:50:44 PM (No. 1210503)
Go back to work slackers!! Government workers. Has there ever been a greater contradiction in terms?
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Reply 4 - Posted by: Paglia guy 7/8/2022 11:03:00 PM (No. 1210509)
Pruning the weeds! Go,Gov.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: jimincalif 7/8/2022 11:03:21 PM (No. 1210510)
It’s a good start.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: Ashley Brenton 7/8/2022 11:04:42 PM (No. 1210512)
For me, it depends on whether or not productivity has decreased from people working out of their home. I suspect that productivity is either unaffected, or is in fact, slightly improved. Perhaps even greatly improved in some cases. So what then becomes the reason for people showing up at the office? For women, it means not having to wake up earlier to put on make-up. Nor to go shopping for "office appropriate" attire. You can do your job in sweat pants and a t-shirt. And for everyone, it means one or both parents at home with the kids. Why is it then so all fired important to drive to an office every morning when you can wake up, brew coffee, and already be "at work"?
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Reply 7 - Posted by: Rumblehog 7/8/2022 11:09:54 PM (No. 1210514)
Alternative Headline: "State Government Shrinks... Taxpayers WIN!"
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Reply 8 - Posted by: Mizz Fixxit 7/8/2022 11:10:29 PM (No. 1210515)
300 democrats out the door. This put Youngkin’s housecleaning ahead of schedule.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: JHHolliday 7/8/2022 11:15:26 PM (No. 1210524)
Good news indeed. Parasitic deadwood removed. Win, win.
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Reply 10 - Posted by: chance_232 7/8/2022 11:20:50 PM (No. 1210532)
A job is a function where one exchanges their time, expertise and talent for cash and benefits. If you don't like how your employer expects you to spend your time, or where, then quit. Jobs don't exist for your convenience.
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Reply 11 - Posted by: danu 7/8/2022 11:28:09 PM (No. 1210540)
300 you say? somewhere a light bulb will not be replaced; some door knobs will not be cleaned. that is confusing.,,,,
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Reply 12 - Posted by: formerNYer 7/9/2022 12:11:51 AM (No. 1210584)
300 state workers? They'll lose at least 8 manhours of work per week.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: Lake Dweller 7/9/2022 12:23:36 AM (No. 1210598)
Only 300? I’d feel better if 30,000 worthless state employees quit.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: 24tea@Mag 7/9/2022 12:24:03 AM (No. 1210599)
No great loss! Now they might have to travel to their jobs.
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Reply 15 - Posted by: DVC 7/9/2022 12:46:11 AM (No. 1210609)
Think of the money they'll save.
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Reply 16 - Posted by: SALady 7/9/2022 12:46:31 AM (No. 1210610)
I worked for a state agency here in Texas for several years right after I got married. I discovered something then that helped to shape my belief system to this day. My conservative co-workers were hard working. They appreciated their jobs, worked hard, gave great customer service, and tended to get raises and promotions because they earned them through hard work. My lie-beral co-workers were terrible!!!! There is no other way to put it. They were lazy and rude, they usually acted like the job was "below" them, they were self-absorbed snowflakes that couldn't handle even the mildest of criticism, and they screamed "racism", "sexism", and every other "ism" they could find every time they were passed over for a raise or promotion that they most certainly never deserved!!! You can tell instantly if you are talking to a conservative or lie-beral at any government agency depending how if they actually help you or not!!! Fortunately, I was able to quit when I had my first baby and be a stay-at-home mommy for several years.
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Reply 17 - Posted by: lakerman1 7/9/2022 2:29:17 AM (No. 1210639)
If I were still teaching Human Resources and Labor Relations, I would point my best graduates in a research direction to evaluate how the work at home/telework affected the productivity of the organization. My advise to the students would be to start with a null hypothesis, and go from there. Some excellent research is just waiting to be done. Or you could look at Dilbert cartoons to see what happened with work at home.
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Reply 18 - Posted by: Kafka2 7/9/2022 5:23:31 AM (No. 1210675)
My gut reaction is good riddance. Since they chose to leave, they should not collect unemployment. But, l’d bet they will try.
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Reply 19 - Posted by: Trigger2 7/9/2022 6:02:41 AM (No. 1210688)
The headline should read: "300 entitled workers loving the gravy train..."
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Reply 20 - Posted by: Gruntmedic 7/9/2022 6:44:25 AM (No. 1210703)
Nice they can walk away from their pension and health care. Who ever is dumb enough to hire them will want them to show up to work. State probably bloated work force anyway
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Reply 21 - Posted by: F15 Gork 7/9/2022 7:32:51 AM (No. 1210732)
Probably dead wood anyway.....
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Reply 22 - Posted by: Ruhn 7/9/2022 8:01:29 AM (No. 1210757)
The taxpayer-funded dead weight blood suckers are moving on to find a new host.
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Reply 23 - Posted by: DiegoDude 7/9/2022 8:26:44 AM (No. 1210792)
Saving the government money. There's more than enough bloat in state government anyway.
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Reply 24 - Posted by: Strike3 7/9/2022 8:33:31 AM (No. 1210798)
I got to know a lot of Virginia state employees when I lived there. Bunch of useless dolts who couldn't do a full day's work no matter where they were located. Good riddance.
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Reply 25 - Posted by: udanja99 7/9/2022 8:44:12 AM (No. 1210805)
#16, way back in 1981, I had the occasion to visit a US government agency in downtown DC. My visit took me through a large secretarial pool which was staffed almost completely with a certain prevalent DC demographic. The women had small televisions (this was before the internet) on their desks and were watching soap operas and no one was working. I asked how they got away with it and was told that if one of the bosses actually asked to have something typed up, the secretary would file a grievance based on racism and sexism. They couldn’t be fired for the same two excuses. With internet and streaming services, plus the government’s complete focus on “equity”, just imagine what it’s like now. Our tax dollars at work but no one actually working.
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Reply 26 - Posted by: southernboy 7/9/2022 8:59:34 AM (No. 1210823)
"Telework" my patoot! Working at home is like doing two jobs at once. Guess which one gets most attention! "I'll shower while the file is downloading." I'll do the dishes while I think about the letter I need to type." "I need to walk the dog before it gets hot." Being at "the office" eliminates all these distractions and temptations. It's called "Focus!"
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Reply 27 - Posted by: montwoodcliff 7/9/2022 9:20:00 AM (No. 1210844)
Why is this a story, 300 workers out of 50000? This is a hit piece on Governor Youngkin. It wants to show how cruel and heartless he is to slackers. Maybe more should quit. It would save taxpayers money, especially if you didn’t have to replace them.
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Reply 28 - Posted by: Zigrid 7/9/2022 9:48:00 AM (No. 1210872)
Good...WE need less government political more time at home in front of the computer and prono tapes...time to get back to "real" work...I say WE need more thinning of the political employees...especially here in can be called "ghostpayrolling"....taxpayer's dollars for no work....
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Reply 29 - Posted by: rusino 7/9/2022 9:58:59 AM (No. 1210885)
Good for The Governor! He got rid of The Dead Wood without firing them!
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Reply 30 - Posted by: MickTurn 7/9/2022 10:36:37 AM (No. 1210924)
What a clever way to get rid of the Useless Slugs...misnamed 'Good Employees!
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Reply 31 - Posted by: Californian 7/9/2022 11:01:01 AM (No. 1210944)
6, productivity of government employees? I dare not call them government workers. That would be a lie in most cases. I have worked for the government on n off over the years. Maybe the top 5% could survive in a real business. Maybe. The rest produce nothing. The reason to make them go in to the office is so they're at least doing their shopping and facebooking in the office so in theory they are getting paid to show up and warm a seat. At home hardly any of them even logs in or checks email. My buddy's wife works for one of the "eco" commissions in California. She works about 8 real hours a week. She's the hardest worker in the office.
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Reply 32 - Posted by: JrSample 7/9/2022 11:15:29 AM (No. 1210956)
Maybe it is time that they pretended to work somewhere else.
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Reply 33 - Posted by: wilarrbie 7/9/2022 11:19:58 AM (No. 1210961)
Don't replace them.
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Reply 34 - Posted by: Vaquero45 7/9/2022 11:45:17 AM (No. 1210984)
I’m going to bet that they’ll never be missed. The state agencies they “worked” in will run more efficiently with fewer personnel problems, and the work will get done quicker. The state should run a study of it in a couple of years, and let everyone know.
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Reply 35 - Posted by: skacmar 7/9/2022 1:03:56 PM (No. 1211066)
300 quit and would anyone have noticed without this article? 300 out of 52000 is a drop in the bucket. What is the normal turnover rate?
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Reply 36 - Posted by: garyhope 7/9/2022 1:14:58 PM (No. 1211076)
Number 13,...Lake Dweller, 30,000 "workers" (?) How about 300,000 or more federal useless workers? Even better.
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Reply 37 - Posted by: Venturer 7/9/2022 1:34:50 PM (No. 1211093)
300 job openings for people who want to work.
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Reply 38 - Posted by: Hermoine 7/9/2022 1:46:08 PM (No. 1211115)
Good, maybe he can fill those slots with employees of a more conservative nature and start to return to a civil service that understands it is suppose to work for the people and not the other way around.
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Reply 39 - Posted by: anniebc 7/9/2022 1:55:08 PM (No. 1211129)
Their positions should be eliminated. There are just too many darn people working for government at all levels. Government is too big and that is a huge part of the American problem.
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Reply 40 - Posted by: Luandir 7/9/2022 2:22:07 PM (No. 1211156)
How "rushed" and "confusing" is it to go into the office? You did it for years without questioning.
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Reply 41 - Posted by: GirlwithaCurl 7/9/2022 3:10:44 PM (No. 1211198)
I just heard on the radio that some of the highest salaries earned in the US are earned by residents living around DC. There's something really, really wrong here.
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Reply 42 - Posted by: Colonel Mustard Seed 7/9/2022 4:25:20 PM (No. 1211248)
If the one Virginia website I saw is correct, and if there are truly 99,298 state employees on the books, then this 300 represents less than one-third of one percent. Thus, whether it’s 50k or 52k or 99k, this 300 is a drop in the bucket. It just isn't newsworthy.
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Reply 43 - Posted by: cheeflo 7/9/2022 5:50:49 PM (No. 1211296)
It's a start.
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