Topic : salaries

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Christie-linked NJ Transit staff got promotions, raises, despite funding issues

Management & Operations| December 20, 2017

The salary bumps, from $13,000 to as high as $70,000, were for jobs ranging from the agency's chief of staff to planning and procurement positions, the report said.

High CEO pay linked to lower approval ratings, study says

Management & Operations| September 1, 2016

The study, conducted by Glassdoor, a jobs and recruitment marketplace, looks at large, publicly traded companies in the U.S. and reveals the factors that ultimately drive employee perception of CEOs.

Accessibility| April 9, 2013

Pierce Transit board rejects merit raise proposal

Sought to switch more than 100 nonunion employees to a market-driven salary system with annual raises awarded by merit only, not by cost-of-living or automatic step increases.
Accessibility| March 15, 2012

Top D.C. Metro execs made $3.1 million in 2011

GM made more money than his counterpart in New York who has an annual salary of $332,500.
Bus| December 9, 2011

N.Y./N.J. Port Authority makes employee salaries public

In response to criticism about its spending and reports about its payroll, the transit agency will provide full disclosure of all employee compensation for full- and part-time workers.
June 7, 2011

OCTA CEO: Public employees get the job done even under fire

There has been significant media attention given in recent months to the salaries and benefits that government workers receive. Too often, the focus shifts to an unwarranted judgment on the worth of public employees. I am honored and privileged to serve the people of Orange County and I am surrounded on a daily basis by 1,600 other OCTA employees who feel very much the same way.

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