Doctors working in certain state prisons will receive a 9 percent base wage increase over the next four years, plus an additional 15 percent “recruitment and retention” incentive.
Doctors working in certain state prisons will receive a 9 percent base wage increase over the next four years, plus an additional 15 percent “recruitment and retention” incentive. Randall Benton Sacramento Bee file, 2009
Doctors working in certain state prisons will receive a 9 percent base wage increase over the next four years, plus an additional 15 percent “recruitment and retention” incentive. Randall Benton Sacramento Bee file, 2009

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New contract raises pay by 24 percent for California prison doctors

March 02, 2017 04:49 PM

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