It's a win for open space, for historic preservation, and for the environment.
The Nature Conservancy, the State of
State Employee compensation in Rhode Island is significantly below competitive rates nationally, according to an independent study commissioned by the State's Department of Administration (DOA).
A sample of 21 job titles were compared in a comprehensive benchmark test against six other states and three comparable municipalities as well as prevalent wages within private sector occupational wages. The DOA’s commissioned report found Rhode Island State employees’ compensation does not stand up by comparison.
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