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Employer's Council: revisit Hay Study

by Nick Delgado

Guam - Employer's Council executive director Andy Andrews spoke before the Rotary Club of Tumon Bay this afternoon about a variety of issues that he says Guam employers face today. He says with the anticipated military buildup, there is a need for some clarification when it comes to employer regulations.

He also feels that there are some issues with the Government of Guam's Hay Study. "There's some part that I agree with, there's some parts that I disagree with. I think it needs to be revisited; I think it's a bit extravagant in some instance particularly in a time when the government can't afford it."

In the meantime, Andrews adds that there needs to be more education for contractors who will be employing workers for the buildup.

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