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If you were ever shot down asking a pretty girl for her phone number, you're not alone. Trust me, they don't spill their digits to everyone who asks. I bet few people would confuse state bureaucrats for beauty queens, but it's not easy getting their...
Tags: Lawyers, Bucks County, Government, Labor Legislation, Allentown
— For years, the big debate about reforming the state's heavily underfunded pension system has centered on how many billions the state could save and how much money retirees might lose. But the proposal the House passed last week also seeks to...
Average employee pay at the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power rose 15% over the last five years, despite an economic slump that ravaged the city's budget, records released Tuesday show. DWP workers received significantly more generous pay...
Proposed legislation to remove junk food and sugar-loaded drinks from vending machines at California state office buildings and on government property is intensifying debate about when the battle against obesity becomes a gateway to "nanny state" tactics....
Terror of randomness There are reports of Boston Marathon runners who lost their legs in the terror attack. In addition there are reports of the lessons we can learn. The biggest is that we need to accept the reality the rest of the world has: We...
Since retooling her campaign message last month, mayoral candidate Wendy Greuel has gone on the offensive against City Hall, telling audiences that the place is mired in mediocrity and needs to "return to a time of strong leadership." "We must change...
The California Public Employees' Retirement System picked four new HMO plans for five-year health insurance contracts starting next year, a blow to incumbent carrier Blue Shield of California. The giant pension fund voted Wednesday to split up Blue...
A key committee of the California Public Employees' Retirement System backed its staff's recommendation to break up Blue Shield of California's statewide HMO contract. The agency's pension and health benefits committee voted Tuesday in favor of awarding...
The "average" federal employee salary is nearly $78,500, an amount that has risen by about $1,800 in the past two years despite a general freeze on salary rates, according to the Office of Personnel Management. As of September, OPM reported last week,...
Los Angeles mayoral candidate Wendy Greuel said Monday that she would seek an extra $175 million in savings from the city's budget by using such strategies as cutting the City Council's discretionary funds and changing the investment practices of its...
áMary Anne Krause will give a presentation at Wednesday’s meeting of the Aberdeen Area National Association of Active and Retired Federal Employees. áThe meal begins at noon at the Ramkota Hotel. All federal employees (active or retired) and...
Tags: Government, Politics, Employees, Career and Workplace
Employees at the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power, whose union is the single biggest contributor in the current mayoral race, earned average total pay of nearly $100,000 in 2011, according to a Times analysis of the most recent publicly available...
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