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Kansas employee pay raises lead to confusion, resentment


TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — A formula that Kansas lawmakers have used to determine which state workers would get raises this year has sparked confusion and resentment among employees.

State lawmakers approved a budget in June that gave some employees their first pay raise in several years, the Lawrence Journal-World ( ) reported.

The method leaves out employees who have received raises under separate contracts and divides the rest into two categories.

Workers who've been employed over five years and haven't had a raise since at least 2012 were to get a 5 percent raise. Those...

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