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May 1, 1999 | From Associated Press
City employees and people who work for contractors doing business with the city would be paid at least $11 an hour under a plan by the head of the Board of Supervisors. Board President Tom Ammiano said he plans to introduce the legislation Monday. At $11 an hour for employees who get benefits, the level proposed by Ammiano would be the highest among the 28 localities in the nation that have living-wage laws. It also would be nearly double the $5.75-an-hour state minimum wage.
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May 1, 1999 | From Associated Press
City employees and people who work for contractors doing business with the city would be paid at least $11 an hour under a plan by the head of the Board of Supervisors. Board President Tom Ammiano said he plans to introduce the legislation Monday. At $11 an hour for employees who get benefits, the level proposed by Ammiano would be the highest among the 28 localities in the nation that have living-wage laws. It also would be nearly double the $5.75-an-hour state minimum wage.
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NEWS
January 30, 1990 | From a Times Staff Writer
Although their colleagues would get only a 3.5% raise next year, federal workers in Los Angeles, San Francisco and New York City would receive an 8% pay hike under President Bush's budget proposal. The proposal would be a first step toward revamping the government's salary policy to recognize the vast differences in the cost of living in various parts of the country. Currently, the pay for most federal jobs does not vary between expensive cities and inexpensive rural areas.
NEWS
January 30, 1990 | From a Times Staff Writer
Although their colleagues would get only a 3.5% raise next year, federal workers in Los Angeles, San Francisco and New York City would receive an 8% pay hike under President Bush's budget proposal. The proposal would be a first step toward revamping the government's salary policy to recognize the vast differences in the cost of living in various parts of the country. Currently, the pay for most federal jobs does not vary between expensive cities and inexpensive rural areas.
NEWS
March 15, 1988
Faced with an estimated $172-million deficit, San Francisco Mayor Art Agnos' staff has rejected a proposal by union leaders that would install a wage deferral for city workers instead of the proposed wage freeze. However, the union leaders planned to take their proposal to the Board of Supervisors.
NEWS
March 15, 1988
Faced with an estimated $172-million deficit, San Francisco Mayor Art Agnos' staff has rejected a proposal by union leaders that would install a wage deferral for city workers instead of the proposed wage freeze. However, the union leaders planned to take their proposal to the Board of Supervisors.
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