We love hearing that Californians are finding TransparentCalifornia.com useful: A Santa Rosa resident writes to the San Francisco Chronicle on high administrative pay compared to teachers at CSU. A Healdsburg resident writes to the […]
A resident of Santa Monica asks: Are Santa Monica residents paying excessively for city employees? According to information found on the TransparentCalifornia.com website, the total compensation cost for Santa Monica city employees […]
ABC 10 News featured Transparent California in a piece analyzing the pay of San Diego Unified teachers. Click here to watch the segment.
Two Monterey firefighters earned more than $100,000 each in overtime in 2013, and the department as a whole dominated overtime costs among all city employees, according to a recently released study. […]
The Auburn Journal reports: A significant number of Placer County public employees listed in the report made more than Gov. Jerry Brown, who reportedly made $165,288 in 2013. Among the highest-paid: Roseville […]
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 […]
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 […]