Compensation Studies

It would seem the idea of holding employees back pending a compensation study is not an idea limited to our fair city….

This news item from the Corvallis Gazette….

Altmann Hughes said that some exempt employees will receive more than 3 percent, and some salaries will remain flat as the city works on a compensation study that is seeking to avoid situations in which supervisors earn the same or just slightly more than the employees they supervise.

Seems eerily familiar with our recent contract negotiations, doesn’t it?

You can read the rest of the article about the City of Corvallis, Oregon here.

We support you employees of Corvallis. United we Stand!

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