Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation Strategic Plan: Fiscal Years 2009-2013 Page: 53
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Although TDLR's employee turnover rate increased from 7.6 percent to 9.2
percent from fiscal year 2004 to 2005, it remained seven percentage points
below the statewide rate. This increase occurred while new programs,
particularly the Electricians program, were added to TDLR's regulatory
responsibilities by the Legislature in 2003.
Another increase in turnover rate occurred after the 2005 Legislature
transferred the responsibility of regulating barbers and cosmetologists to
TDLR. TDLR grew by eighty-eight FTEs and underwent a major reorganization
to absorb the new programs and manage the increased size of the agency.
The transition and growing pains caused increased turnover but TDLR's rate
continued to be below the statewide average.
Based on the data available for fiscal year 2008, we are projecting the turnover
rate for the fiscal year to be 7.4 percent, the lowest in the past nine years. This
would mean the turnover rate for the fiscal year would drop below the level
in fiscal year 2004.
Compensatory and Overtime Hours
2004 2005 2006 2007
The growth of the agency's responsibilities has also resulted in more overtime
opportunities for TDLR employees. The increased workload in fiscal years
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