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Civil Beat fills out its salary database with thousands of City and County of Honolulu workers, including those caught up in a federal probe.
Civil Beat’s public employee salary database now includes 22,395 employees of the Hawaii Department of Education.
Maui County has the most employees, but Hawaii County has generally caught up in the salaries paid to top executives.
And check out what we’re paying Honolulu City Council members and other employees of the city’s legislative branch.
They’re getting smaller raises these days, which concerns the chief justice who says qualified judges are hard to find.
The Hawaii Health Services Corp. and the Office of Hawaiian Affairs have big changes atop their pay scales, but the highest-salaried physician hasn’t changed.
Civil Beat’s salary database just added 7,424 statewide employees of the University of Hawaii system. At least 1,639 make six-figure salaries.
More than 14,000 state employees have been added to Civil Beat’s salary database, including many who earn more than the governor.
At look at the payrolls of the State Auditor’s Office, Ethics Commission and Ombudsman’s Office
The latest installment of Civil Beat’s public salary database includes employees of the Senate, House and Legislative Reference Bureau.
A legal challenge by the police union held up release of officers’ names for years but a recent court ruling found disclosure is required under public records law.