Four hundred Massachusetts toll workers will be getting raises over the next two years before their jobs are eliminated in 2016, under a tentative agreement reached Friday between the Massachusetts Department of Transportation and the toll workers’ union.
What can you expect for a raise next year? That might not be clear, but one thing that is true, the rules of who gets rewarded are changing.
Despite outperforming much of the country in economic growth, Massachusetts employers seem slow to reward employees with salary increases, according to a new report.
Even though most Massachusetts workers will be getting slight pay increases next year, it won’t be enough to keep up with the pace of inflation once again.
Gov. Deval Patrick is allowing the heads of state agencies to offer up to three percent wage hikes to 4,000 executive branch managers.