Camas OKs new salary scales

  • Source: Camas-Washougal Post-Record
  • Published: 10/05/2017 01:06 PM

Camas City Council members on Monday voted 5-2 to adopt a somewhat contentious set of salary scales for the city’s “non-represented” employees — those who are not part of a union or represented by a collective bargaining agreement. Concerned that non-represented employees, including the city’s police chief, public works director, fire chief, finance director and library director, had already worked long enough without an updated salary schedule or cost-of-living increase, city leaders made the seven-tier salary scales retroactive to Aug. 1 of this year. City councilors have grappled for months over issues related to salaries and benefits for the city’s employees, with several councilors questioning an independent review of city employee salaries conducted by the consulting group HR Answers, Inc., earlier this year.


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