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Thu Jan 14, 2021, 12:37 AM

Coronavirus contact tracers among Baltimore employees who haven't been paid

Some of Baltimore’s coronavirus contact tracers, employed to help manage the spread of the deadly virus, are among a group of city employees who haven’t been paid or who have received only partial paychecks in the last few weeks, city officials confirmed Wednesday.

Administrators in Baltimore have fielded dozens of complaints from employees whose pay was incorrect or missing. Officials blame much of the problem on Baltimore’s transition from paper timecards to Workday, a digital human resources and payroll platform. The change became official last week.

Stefanie Mavronis, spokeswoman for Democratic Mayor Brandon Scott, said this week that about 100 of the city’s 13,200 employees have been affected.

The Fraternal Order of Police Lodge No. 3, which represents city police officers, tweeted ahead of the change about its concerns. This week, it chided Scott and Democratic Council President Nick Mosby for the problems with the transition.

Read more: https://www.baltimoresun.com/politics/bs-pr-pol-baltimore-paychecks-20210113-trddtaipzfgwnfv6fjjct6rwsa-story.html

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