Thursday, February 12, 2015

Golden state

Jon Ortiz's SacBee State Worker blog has these posts now up;

Jerry Brown’s state insurance plan could hurt retirees

From one of which;
Payroll costs for California Highway Patrol officers grew an average 11 percent per employee last year....
Officers’ total pay averaged $118,302 in 2014, an increase of $13,016 per employee. The figure includes all forms of wages, such as hourly pay and fitness pay, issued through the California State Controller’s Office. Overtime pay per officer also rose 11 percent to an average $15,241.
Which means that benefits aren't included. I.e. it costs the taxpayers even more than the above numbers to employ the traffic cops.

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