Nashville eyes better pay for workers
Town Council members are considering more competitive pay rates in order to better recruit and retain qualified employees.
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#1 Apr 11, 2010
This is no time to raise nashvilles pay . The county is already getting to much tax this will cause a big tax increase. Besides no one is going to leave their job.when there are none around this country . The state employes got a two year freeze and all their bonuses cut out .think about keeping good teachers they got a pay cut.Nash county could cut a lot of wasteful spending.Thepcouty has more employees then they need cut back on county cars would save lots in cost like gas and car keep up. cut county jos in the city where there is way to much waste there.
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