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Consultant to meet with agencies about salaries

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - The Hay Group may be on island next week, but Government of Guam workers will have to wait even longer before they find out what they're recommending.  The Department of Administration director and human resources personnel will meet on Monday when the consultant presents draft information. 

On Tuesday the consultants will meet with the policy advisory and steering committees, the Superior Court and the Guam Department of Education to iron out a few pending issues.  DOA officials say the consultant will then work on the final report that will then be presented to the governor. 

The compensation study, that has been underway for more than a year, compares GovGuam workers salaries with the national averages of similar positions in the mainland.

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