County employees get pay raise, elected officials don’t

By From page A1 | November 11, 2013

Following eight months of negotiations, the County of El Dorado has approved a contract with its largest union, the El Dorado County Employees Association Local 1. Union members had already ratified the proposed settlement, but county supervisors had to vote to approve it on Tuesday. The deal grants a majority of the county’s workforce a 5 percent raise right away, another 5 percent next July and a final 5 percent in July 2015. County staff have not had a raise in more than five years. The same package applies to a number of “unrepresented management” and “confidential” employees.

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