Biloxi Councilman Paul Tisdale said Tuesday the existing pay schedule for city employees is broken and how it can be changed so raises are based on performance and years on the job. The council approved a 2 percent pay raise for employees.
Biloxi Councilman Paul Tisdale said Tuesday the existing pay schedule for city employees is broken and how it can be changed so raises are based on performance and years on the job. The council approved a 2 percent pay raise for employees. Mary Perez meperez@sunherald.com
Biloxi Councilman Paul Tisdale said Tuesday the existing pay schedule for city employees is broken and how it can be changed so raises are based on performance and years on the job. The council approved a 2 percent pay raise for employees. Mary Perez meperez@sunherald.com

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