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Camacho sends bill to implement Hay Study

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - Governor Felix Camacho today transmitted the proposed legislation that would implement the Hay Study to the Guam Legislature. The legislation would appropriate $5.5 million for implementation of the outcomes of the Comprehensive Government-Wide Position, Classification, Compensation and Benefits Study Plan.

In a news release, Camacho states, "It is critical that all changes in compensation be uniformly adjusted, adding "the recommendations made by the Hay Study have been a long time coming and it is important to ensure that all hard-working government employees receive a fair and honest wage."

Camacho also signed an executive order adopting the implementation plan to adjust the compensation and classification of government positions.

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