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State Liquor Commission Accused Of Contract Breach; Coercion And Intimidation

The State Employees Association has filed two unfair labor practices charges against the Liquor Commission. The first one charges that the commission has begun denying part-time employees the increased pay that they had been receiving for work on Sundays and Holidays — something the SEA alleges is a breach of union contract. The second of […]

State Workers: Overpaid, Underpaid, Or Just Right?

Public and private workers in New Hampshire are among the most evenly compensated, finds a new report from the right-leaning Citizens Against Government Waste (CAGW). Still, the report shows, the New Hampshire’s public sector pays on average, $4.51 more, per hour, than the private sector. The report states that “State governments pay on average 6.2 […]

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