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Study to look at pay, compensation of city personnel

Idea born out of police chief/city controversy

For the first time since 1999, the City of Great Bend will undergo a comprehensive wage and compensation study, a divided City Council decided Monday night.
The council voted to hire Gallagher Benefit Services, a human relations consulting firm from Kansas City, Mo., to complete study at a cost of $31,725 and the firm estimates it to be completed in three months. It will be done in time to prepare the city’s 2019 budget.
The idea for such a study was born of the police department controversy and the need to bring Great Bend Police Department pay rates ...

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