Problems of County and Municipal Engineers in Civil Serviceby Jean L. Vincenz,
Serial Information: Journal of the Professional Practice, 1959, Vol. 85, Issue 1, Pg. 21-26
Document Type: Journal Paper
There can be real value to engineers employed in civil service provided the system is modern. Continuing salary studies, reasonably frequent classification adjustments, and promotional advantages, together with fringe benefits covering adequate retirement, vacation, and sick leave system all help balance the fact that salaries of engineers in government lag behind comparable positions in private industry.
Subject Headings: Local government | Employee compensation and benefits | Retirement | Comparative studies | Value engineering | Government | Industries
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