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Wyoming Public Employees Association
CHEYENNE — State government workers may see their retirement contributions take another small jump next year, but they are hoping a pay raise will soften the impact on their paychecks.
CHEYENNE — Faced with base salaries for state government employees dropping for the first time in 20 years and a rising turnover rate, Gov. Matt Mead says he will make another push for pay hikes during the Legislature’s budget session next year.
A recent federal government report found two out of three Wyoming work safety inspectors had fewer than five years of experience.
CASPER, Wyo. — The Wyoming Department of Education is hiring, but the employment status of those jobs -- permanent or at-will -- has yet to be determined.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. -- A new report that suggests Wyoming's retirement system is lagging in financing its future liabilities is based on older data and doesn't reflect more recent conditions, said the state system's director.