“The San Diego Police Department is woefully understaffed and has clearly shown, over an extended period of time, it cannot correct its staffing crisis without increasing the compensation of sworn police officers […]
Soon to be published 2013 payroll data for the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power reveals extraordinary levels of public employee compensation. As an example of the widespread excessive levels of […]
Abstract: The San Diego Police Officers Association and, to some degree, the San Diego media has long held that low pay was a significant factor in the department’s attrition rate that required […]
If you’ve heard CalPERS cite their average pension amount of $30,000 or so, you may think that is what the average full-career retiree receives. The average 2013 full-career (defined as 30 or […]
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 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 […]