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Non-union state employees seek wage increases

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Having endured a five-year pay freeze, the state’s management confidential employees want their wages increased in next year’s budget. Members of the state Assembly’s Capital Region delegation, including Angelo Santabarbara, D-Rotterdam, and Phil Steck, D-Colonie, are pushing for the state to provide raises for M/C employees. There are nearly 12,000 M/C employees statewide; more than 4,000 call the Capital Region home. They are nonunionized, often higher-paid workers including managers, middle managers and specialists in fields ...


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pbd
March 20, 2014
3:37 p.m.

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I'm a retired state worker. Most of the "M/C" employees I knew were wildly overpaid, and I doubt that has changed substantially.

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