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Governor orders retro-pay for 2,100 GovGuam employees

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 by Ken Quintanilla

Guam - Just as more tax refunds were mailed out today, Government of Guam employees can expect a check as well. According to the Governor's Office, Governor Eddie Calvo has ordered the Department of Administration to pay employees under the general pay plan their retroactive hay study lump sum payment today. According to deputy press secretary Phil Leon Guerrero, over 2,100 employees will be receiving a check totaling $2 million. The checks range from as low as $5 due to termination of service in February to as high as $5,500. The average check however is $500. The retro pay covers from February up to this last pay period.

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