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Council to consider 1 percent employee pay hike

6:10 PM, Jul. 19, 2013  |  Comments
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The Oshkosh Common Council on Tuesday will consider whether to give non-represented city employees their first raise in more than two years when it meets at 6 p.m. Tuesday.

Oshkosh City Manager Mark Rohloff has proposed giving employees who are not represented by a union a 1 percent raise retroactive to Jan. 1, 2013. The $177,000 cost of the raises was included in the city's 2013 budget.

The money for the raises originally was set aside to fund the city's pay for performance bonus program in 2013, but Councilors did not approve a program until earlier this year. That program will take effect in 2014.

Rohloff said those employees whose salaries are frozen under the non-represented employee pay plan that was adopted last year will not have a salary increase, but will get a lump-sum payment instead.

Councilors eliminated a proposed raise and step increases in the city's 2011 budget as a cost-cutting measure and Rohloff did not propose an increase in the 2012 budget.

The council meets at 6 p.m. Tuesaday on the fourth floor of City Hall, 215 Church Ave.

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