TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) A survey of the state of Kansas 8,000 executive branch employees shows that the biggest concern for most of them is low pay and poor benefits.
The Topeka Capital-Journal reports that while 65% of respondents from 14 Cabinet agencies are satisfied with their jobs, three in five cite low pay and benefits as their most significant workplace concern.
The Kansas Department of Administration released findings Wednesday of the anonymous, voluntary survey. It was conducted in June at the urging of Democratic Gov. Laura Kelly.
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