The San Diego Police Officers Association and multiple media reports have stated that cops are leaving the SDPD for higher pay at competing departments. This is largely false, the overwhelming percentage of those leaving the SDPD do receive higher pay after leaving, but from their City pensions, not competing departments!
The American Thinker weighs in on the recent North Bay 2013 data published to the site: Forget the old-fashioned term “civil servants”; America’s new ruling class is government employees. Would you like […]
South Bay Municipal Employees Earned Average of $142,000 in 2013 TUSTIN – Today, Transparent California released previously unseen 2013 public employee compensation data – complete with names, pay, and benefits – […]
Transparent California cited in the UT San Diego: “The data strongly indicates that comparable public-sector employees are getting higher levels of pay alone,” said Robert Fellner, Transparent California’s research director. And they […]
The Redding Searchlight featured TransparentCalifornia.com in their anaylsis of government pay for agencies in the Redding area: Thirty-four Redding employees had total compensation over $200,000. According to Transparent California, the average full-time […]
In 2014, the staff of Transparent California submitted public records requests to thousands of California public agencies. While the vast majority complied with the law, several are currently violating state law and […]
Greater San Diego Municipal Employees Earned Average of $114,000 in 2013 Transparent California Releases Detailed Public Employee Compensation Data for 405 cities and 826 Special Districts Statewide TUSTIN – Today, Transparent California […]