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  • Despite small raise, Idaho state workers lose ground on pay

    Even though Idaho raised its state employees’ pay last year, the state has actually lost ground compared to the market, with a new report showing state worker pay lags 22.6% …


  • Idaho Legislature wraps up with pay raises at the top

    BOISE – The Idaho House balked at proposed raises for top state elected officials for the next four years on Thursday, trimming them back to 1.5 percent a year instead …


  • Panel recommends pay hikes for Idaho workers

    BOISE – Idaho lawmakers on a special legislative committee voted unanimously Friday to give state workers pay boosts averaging 2 percent next year, despite Gov. Butch Otter’s recommendation for no …


  • Idaho debates worker raises

    BOISE – Idaho has funded only one raise for state employees in the past five years, and lawmakers are balking at Gov. Butch Otter’s proposal to skip raises again next …


  • Idaho lawmakers leery of Otter’s state worker pay plan

    Idaho has funded one 2 percent raise for state employees in the past five years, prompting lawmakers to balk at Gov. Butch Otter’s proposal to pass them over for raises …


  • Pay for Idaho state workers continues to fall

    BOISE – Pay for Idaho state employees has now slipped to 19 percent below market rates, according to the latest state report, a gap that’s been growing for the past …


  • Idaho agencies scramble to reward workers

    BOISE – As University of Idaho President Duane Nellis leaves this summer to become president of Texas Tech University, his parting advice to the state is to invest in its …


  • Idaho scrimps on state employee pay

    As University of Idaho President Duane Nellis leaves Idaho this week to become president of Texas Tech, his parting advice to the state was to invest in its workers by …


  • Eye on Boise: Tree falls in the forest, so does revenue

    BOISE – Lawmakers noted a surprising fact in the budget presentation this year from Idaho Department of Lands Director Tom Schultz: The state is reaping record timber harvests, but its …

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