Non-Union Chesco Employees Get 2 Percent Raise
The 2,275 affected workers had dealt with an extended pay freeze.
After riding out an extended pay freeze, some 2,275 non-union Chester County employees will get a 2 percent effective in April, The Mercury is reporting.
According to the paper, Chester County Commissioner Ryan Costello praised the workers for their hard work and patience during what was a difficult economic time.
“We are grateful for the services that our employees provide to the county taxpayers,” Costello said.
In a joint email, the other commissioners echoed Costello’s sentiment.
“Your diligent efforts, coupled with out review of the final revenues and expenses of 2012 made this an easy decision,” the commissioners explained.
The employees were notified of the decision on March 6.
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