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Pay study results in raises for most city employees
Council OKs new compensation plan
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Statesboro City Council approved a new job classification and pay plan Tuesday that will result in raises for about 270 of the city’s 300 or so employees at a continuing annual cost of about $566,000 when fully implemented. More than half of those employees, roughly 170 of them, will see their first raises April 29. One year ago, during discussions for the current budget, city department heads agreed to forego a 1.5 percent raise for all employees so that the money could be spent on a pay study and initial adjustments that would result.
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