Benefits

2014 Public Works Salary & Benefits Survey: More pay, even more costs, less workers
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2014 Public Works Salary & Benefits Survey: More pay, even more costs, less workers

Public wages are increasing, but not as much as employee contributions for... More

Public Works' 2014 Salary & Benefits Survey: Benefit costs outpace salary increases
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Public Works' 2014 Salary & Benefits Survey: Benefit costs outpace salary increases

Participants in our annual survey have increasingly complained about the rising... More

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Local governments continue trimming employee benefits

As the public sector deals with the fourth year of the economic downturn, the most common retirement plan changes for new hires is to increase age and service requirements for normal retirement and reduce pension benefits. More

2012 salary survey: Looks better than it feels
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2012 salary survey: Looks better than it feels

For the second year in a row, raises are up and pay cuts are down. More

The real road to recovery
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Officials merge employee benefits instead of consolidating services to save money
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The case for cost-sharing solid waste services and landfill monitoring.
Have we outgrown unions yet?
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2011 salary survey: Welcome to the ‘new normal’

Paying more for fewer benefits is business as usual in this economy. More

Attitude adjustment
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Attitude adjustment

A public works superintendant advises how to keep your community's “face” pretty... More

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