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Money matters and the Memphis City Council

Money matters once again had Memphis City Council members and Mayor A C Wharton at odds.

Councilmen Kemp Conrad and Bill Boyd stopped by to talk about pay raises for city workers. 20 more words

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Chief justice supports pay raises, bill to change process

LANSING, MI (AP) – Michigan’s top judge is asking a state panel to recommend judicial pay raises to avert what he calls a crisis that could keep talented lawyers from becoming judges. 101 more words


Perk Up!

I recently read an article in USA Today stating U.S. employers are planning to give pay raises averaging 3% in 2015 [1]. The same article also pointed out inflation is currently about 2.1%—which means most employees are barely keeping ahead of inflation. 359 more words

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New Hogan spending proposal withholds money for schools, pay raises

Gov. Larry Hogan (R) withheld money for schools and employee pay raises in a supplemental budget proposal he released on Thursday, a move that leaves the funding for the two areas that the General Assembly restored in its budget plan at risk. 112 more words

New Hogan Spending Proposal Withholds Money For Schools

McDonald's To Raise Starting Pay $1 Over Minimum Wage

CHICAGO (CBS) — Approximately 90,000 McDonald’s employees working at company-owned stores will start getting slightly larger paychecks this summer, and will even receive paid vacation, as the fast food chain seeks to attract more reliable workers. 372 more words


Citizens Address Detroit City Council About Pay Raises In Second Scheduled Meeting

DETROIT (WWJ) — In a a second in a series of open meetings, the public was invited to address the chances of pay raises for Detroit City Council on Monday night. 229 more words


Two Residents Appear For Public Meeting Discussing Raises For Detroit Elected Officials

DETROIT (WWJ) — The Detroit Elected Officials Compensation Commission hosted the first of three public meetings on the topic of city officials receiving pay raises Monday night, where only two people attended for public comment. 241 more words