Ken Carlson

August 22, 2014 4:35 PM

COUNTY PULSE: Contract restores pay cut, hikes salaries for county managers and supervisors

Stanislaus County leaders have agreed to eliminate a pay cut for an employee group and raise salaries in the final two years of the labor contract. The county will restore 60 percent of the pay cut for mid-level managers and supervisors this month and return the rest to their paychecks in July. In addition, the four-year contract provides for a 1 percent cost-of-living raise in July 2016 and 3 percent increase a year later.

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