January 9, 2010
Editor’s note: There’s a word for this. It’s called slavery.
There’s a lot of grumbling among employees around the headquarters for the California Department of Motor Vehicles.
For almost a year, they’ve had Fridays off as part of a plan to save money for financially strapped California.
But the days off have also created a mess — a huge backlog of DMV records, drivers licenses and identification cards.
DMV spokesman Mike Marando said DMV officials tried to reduce the workload by allowing employees to volunteer to work overtime on Saturdays.
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