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The town has a new method for hireing replacements for retired employees.

It is the seasonal worker $8 an hour based on 35 hrs, No benefits, hoilday pay, etc.

The Town of Kearny tells these people they will be hired in 90 days.

The seasonal worker is doing the same work as a reg employee making

$30 an hour.

What the town will not tell these people is that Kearny is in serious debt,

And they may not get hired, And if the town hires one of them it will be

at a new low starting rate, Never to match the rate of people on the payroll

for years.

This post is for information only.

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The town has a new method for hireing replacements for retired employees.

It is the seasonal worker $8 an hour based on 35 hrs, No benefits, hoilday pay, etc.

The Town of Kearny tells these people they will be hired in 90 days.

The seasonal worker is doing the same work as a reg employee making

$30 an hour.

What the town will not tell these people is that Kearny is in serious debt,

And they may not get hired, And if the town hires one of them it will be

at a new low starting rate, Never to match the rate of people on the payroll

for years.

This post is for information only.

Wow you sure do know alot about whats going on down at the DPW. How do you know so much?

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The town has a new method for hireing replacements for retired employees.

It is the seasonal worker $8 an hour based on 35 hrs, No benefits, hoilday pay, etc.

The Town of Kearny tells these people they will be hired in 90 days.

The seasonal worker is doing the same work as a reg employee making

$30 an hour.

What the town will not tell these people is that Kearny is in serious debt,

And they may not get hired, And if the town hires one of them it will be

at a new low starting rate, Never to match the rate of people on the payroll

for years.

This post is for information only.

The next step is to hire illegal Mexicans @ $4.50 an hour. How much does the town pay D'Arco?

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The town has a new method for hireing replacements for retired employees.

It is the seasonal worker $8 an hour based on 35 hrs, No benefits, hoilday pay, etc.

The Town of Kearny tells these people they will be hired in 90 days.

The seasonal worker is doing the same work as a reg employee making

$30 an hour.

What the town will not tell these people is that Kearny is in serious debt,

And they may not get hired, And if the town hires one of them it will be

at a new low starting rate, Never to match the rate of people on the payroll

for years.

This post is for information only.

For a town that allegedly has a hiring freeze it's a great deal for related ones--right councilwomen?

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The town has a new method for hireing replacements for retired employees.

It is the seasonal worker $8 an hour based on 35 hrs, No benefits, hoilday pay, etc.

The Town of Kearny tells these people they will be hired in 90 days.

The seasonal worker is doing the same work as a reg employee making

$30 an hour.

What the town will not tell these people is that Kearny is in serious debt,

And they may not get hired, And if the town hires one of them it will be

at a new low starting rate, Never to match the rate of people on the payroll

for years.

This post is for information only.

Maybe Santos will get some guest workers. You know the basement dwellers from Ironbound that fly in from Portugal every summer.

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ForĀ  a town that allegedly has a hiring freeze it's a great deal for related ones--right councilwomen?

No better a deal for relations (and I think it was only one) than it is for any other seasonal worker (about a dozen each year) who is hired. Any person who is hired to replace a retiring employee is now hired as a part-time or seasonal employee. They are not promised full time employment. If they perform their duties well, they are offered a full-time position if one is available through attrition. After that, as far as I know, they are offered the same benefits and salary as any other full time employee in their bargaining unit. I would really like the Councilwomen to see how little some of the full timers accomplish in a work day. Can you say Reduction in Force??

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