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Reform Matters: March 2011 Business Voice Charts

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Local government pay needs to be adjusted over time, with new employees hired at wages that are competitive, but in line with their state counterparts and the private sector. Salaries for current …

Local government pay needs to be adjusted over time, with new employees hired at wages that are competitive, but in line with their state counterparts and the private sector. Salaries for current employees should be brought in line more quickly in order to avoid laying people off.

The following is the Chamber’s agenda for reform that we are advocating during the 2011 Legislature:

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  • 1. The choices we made in the past are limiting our options now. The choices we make now can, over time, expand our options, provide the best opportunity for recovery, and return Nevada to prosperity. Or not.
    That is why reform matters.
  • 2. Nevada Local Government Pay versus National Average
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  • 4. Reform will not be easy. But fixing these problems now is necessary in order for Nevada to take full advantage of the possibilities for a vibrant future.

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