by Mindy Aguon
Guam - Management at the Guam International Airport Authority has been conducting meetings with employees discussing the controversial certified technical professional positions study. Two general employee meetings were held last week and Airport Executive Manager Carlos Salas says they are ready to present their final report to the board.
Salas is recommending the board implement the study at the second market percentile, which would result in managers, like himself, receiving annual raises of between $20,000 and $35,000 a year while most airport employees would see minimal increases in pay.
The board was scheduled to meet tomorrow afternoon but pushed their meeting back until next week Thursday.