The California State University board of trustees on Wednesday approved a $380,000 salary for the system’s incoming chancellor that included a 10 percent pay cut at his request.
The city of Bell filed a countersuit Tuesday against former Police Chief Randy Adams for allegedly working without a proper employment contract and being paid an exorbitant salary.
Gov. Jerry Brown announced a “historic pension reform agreement” Tuesday that will cap pensions and raise employee contributions and the retirement age.
The Mayor Pro Tem of Hermosa Beach claims parking enforcement officers are being paid nearly $100,000 a year.
A state panel has approved a five percent pay cut for Gov. Jerry Brown, state lawmakers and other statewide elected officials.
David Beckham no longer is Major League Soccer’s highest-paid player after his salary was cut nearly 40 percent in his new contract with the Los Angeles Galaxy.
Employees who have managed to keep their jobs during the recession may be looking for greener pastures over the next year.
Capt. Eric Vasquez was paid the equivalent of nearly 23 weeks of pay — in vacation, overtime and bonus pay, according to documents obtained by the Daily News.
Former Bell city manager Robert Rizzo filed a lawsuit Monday, claiming his contract was breached.
The head of the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Commission says he has canceled a $25,000 raise to the executive who oversaw the stadium’s finances after the city’s controller raised questions about it.
Doctors, dentists and psychiatrists with the federal receiver’s office overseeing inmate medical care are the highest paid state employees in California, according to government salary data the state controller’s office released Tuesday.
The choice of undergraduate major in college is strongly tied to a student’s future earnings, with the highest-paying majors providing salaries of about 300 percent more than the lowest-paying, according to a study released Tuesday.
Mike Krzyzewski is once again Duke’s highest-paid employee.
Records show the city of Bell paid more than double the assessed value for land in a 2006 redevelopment deal that called for the seller to donate $425,000 to the city.
Six former Bell city officials pleaded not guilty Friday morning to misappropriating public funds by accepting lofty salaries for serving on boards and commissions that seldom met.