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CT State Managers Getting 3 Percent Raises, Cost Taxpayers $10 Million

State manager receive another salary increase in January.

Did you get a raise this year at your job? 

Well 2,000 Connecticut managerial employees will receive 3 percent salary increases beginning July 1, which will cost taxpayers $10 million, the New Haven Register reports. 

Additionally, in January these same state employees may get other raises if they do well in the state’s performance evaluation system. 

State officials said these employees have not had raises in five years. 

Do you agree with the raises? Share your comments here. 

Thomas Johnson June 29, 2014 at 03:06 PM
How about a raise off the floor about twelve inches - WITH A ROPE!!
Jarhead June 29, 2014 at 04:44 PM
Time to get rid of them all up in Hartford. Or we will be looking like Detroit . A lot sooner then we expected.
Rlamneck June 29, 2014 at 05:47 PM
Does their performance warrant a raise? What value have they brought to the state? Based upon the states fiscal nightmare I can understand why there have not been raises in 5 years. A raise is not a freebe, it should be earned
Kathleen June 29, 2014 at 05:48 PM
Goodbye CT. It's been beautiful while it lasted. Outta here in 3mo I just can't afford to support state workers salaries their benefits the higher ups perks n then the all to often greedy politician. In another 2 years my post just might start with; Goodbye sweet AMERIKA.......
Craig Zac July 03, 2014 at 08:53 AM
they should get it, sure but it shouldn't come from the tax payer... well, as extra, it SHOULD come out of the pockets of Malloy and all the other CT politicians...crooks, the whole lot of em!


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