Salary budget hikes in Puerto Rico slightly higher for 2007

Thurston, Lawson D.
August 2006
Caribbean Business;8/3/2006, Vol. 34 Issue 30, p36
The article forecasts that budgets for salary increases will be higher in Puerto Rico for 2007. According to the article, the executive and management level employees will receive higher salary percentage increases as compared with 2006. However, administrative/clerical and hourly workers will experience lower salary increases.


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