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Marathon County aims to equalize salaries

7:18 PM, Feb. 3, 2013
Marathon County treasurer Lorraine Beyersdorff handles a phone call Jan. 31 in the Treasurer's Office in the Marathon County Court House in Wausau.
Marathon County treasurer Lorraine Beyersdorff handles a phone call Jan. 31 in the Treasurer's Office in the Marathon County Court House in Wausau.
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Marathon County will release next month the results of a wage compensation study intended to ensure employees are paid more for performance than for how long they've been on the job.

The study will move the county to a merit-based scale, which administrators hope will encourage employees to do top-notch work and will attract potential employees from other parts of the state and country.

Marathon County Administrator Brad Karger said the study will compare public and private salaries in the county for the first time. Results will be released mid-March, and Karger hopes to implement the new ...

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