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MrTempler

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BART managers, like unions, among best compensated
« on: August 20, 2013, 09:06:55 AM »
BART's general manager pulls down hefty pay, $323,000 a year. So do her deputy managers, with annual takes of about $200,000 apiece.

Like BART's unionized workers, the agency's top managers earn compensation packages that are not quite at the top among transit systems nationwide - but they're not far from it.

Pay levels for union and nonunion BART employees have been at the center of summer-long contract talks that have already broken down once, leading to a 4 1/2-day strike last month. Another walkout could happen if the two sides can't reach a deal before a 60-day cooling-off period ends at midnight Oct. 10.

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Re: BART managers, like unions, among best compensated
« Reply #1 on: August 23, 2013, 04:52:08 PM »
Vamos pero es el gerente general, no hay ningun problema con ese sueldo, para mi deberia ganar mucho mas!!! ;)