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Merit bonuses to be paid

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by Jolene Toves

Guam - Roughly 3,000 Department of Education employees will be receiving money owed to them this week. DOE deputy superintendent Rob Malay said, "Overall employees in the Department of Education teachers support employees administrators everybody who are owed retroactive increment or passed due meritorious bonus should expect it this Thursday June 5th."

"The retroactive goes back to when the increments were frozen so we are trying to make them whole again from the time the increments were unfrozen or the freeze was lifted we need to make sure we pay them their increment that was past due the meritorious bonus I think that has already been established went back to align with the statute of limitations."

Malay says DOE has an obligation to pay both employees in the department as well as those who have left the department. 
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