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City's pay saga ends

New setup emphasizes employee performance

4:47 PM, Sep. 7, 2013
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The Appleton Common Council has adopted a new pay structure for its nonunion employees after agonizing over the matter since last March.

The new plan affects the 400 city employees who no longer can bargain for contracts in the wake of Act 10. The structure scales back the number of wage classes from 52 to 19.

"This is a product of a collaborative project that was reviewed extensively by employees, the mayor and staff," Alderman Jeff Jirschele said of the plan, which was approved last week. "One of the hallmarks of the plan is that it rewards hard work and success by employees." ...

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