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Vancouver moves ahead with pay hikes for city managers amid pandemic

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Vancouver council approves quarter-billion dollar capital budget cut amid COVID-19 The city would not say how many people received a pay bump, but said while increases varied by employee, the average was 4.8 per cent.“Merit increases are only applicable to staff members whose salary is below the maximum of the pay range and are based on meeting or exceeding performance expectations,” deputy city manager Paul Mochrie told Global News in a statement.The pay raises exceed Canada’s annual cost of living adjustment, which is about two per cent.They also came amid significant belt-tightening in the city due to the COVID-19 pandemic. ‘The wrong message’: Vancouver cuts sanitation funding, hires $95K social media staffer Earlier this year, the.

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