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Carthage council OKs pay adjustment plan for employees at top salary levels

CARTHAGE, Mo. — City employees who have reached the highest salary step may be eligible for a pay increase under a plan approved Tuesday by the Carthage City Council. The plan will offer temporary ... read more

Shenandoah OKs employee compensation plan

After several months of work, City Council members have adopted the city's first-ever formal compensation plan. Because of the mechanics of implementing the plan, some employee pay levels will rise .. ... read more

Senate OKs spending plan in 3 am vote

Raleigh, N.C. — A robust debate on the Senate's proposed $22.9 billion spending plan for 2017-18 on Thursday night turned ... underfund the state's core responsibilities, such as teacher pay and ... read more

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Minnesota Republicans attempt to block Dayton cabinet pay raises

The new top salary for six commissioners is just under $155,000. It's unclear if the fight over raises will impede the progress of the stopgap bill, which is set to pay for ... more appropriate levels ... read more

L.A. pay hikes put city on shaky ground

And all this comes on top of all kinds of step raises and title inflation promotions that boost salaries far beyond what they would be paid in the private sector and moves them closer to the ... read more

Reading School District applauds 2014-15 budget efforts

Wage adjustments for all employees were also a highlight of possibilities of the ... This could, more importantly, help them plan better for the future. Despite final improvements in the district and ... read more

Normal to cut 20 jobs, programs for $4.25M deficit

NORMAL — About 20 Normal employees can expect ... Town officials plan to cut the equivalent of 20 full-time positions effective April 1 as part of wide-ranging budget cuts discussed at the City ... read more

Business issues aplenty addressed — and accomplished — during 2018 legislative session

There was more universal applause for the deal to stabilize the Public Employees ... cost-of-living adjustment for retirees from 2 percent to 1.5 percent and determining retiree pay based on their ... read more

Underfunded Teacher Pension Fund Could Hinder Future Budgets

"It is going to take leadership from the top to get people around ... selects actuarial consultants, and OKs service retirements, survivor benefits, applications for disability allowances, ... read more

Medicare Program; Prospective Payment System and Consolidated Billing for Skilled Nursing Facilities (SNFs) for FY 2016, SNF Value-Based Purchasing…

Penny Gershman, (410) 786-6643, for information related to SNF PPS clinical issues (excluding any issues raised in section III.D. of this final rule). John Kane, (410) 786-0557, for information ... read more

CS candidates share views on public safety

What can the City Council do to help ... just what could be done to offset differences by way of salary adjustments or subsidizing housing. Steadily increasing the base and subsequent levels of pay ... read more

Chamber: New DOL regulations mean big changes for businesses

Currently, executive, administrative or professional employees (known as EAP), must be paid at least $455 per week or $23,660 per year to meet the minimum salary amount to exempt them from overtime ... read more

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