Todd Davis

Texas CPS Veterans Angry Over No Pay Raises as Rule Confusion Sets In

Hundreds of long-tenured Child Protective Services workers who play crucial roles in the team effort of shielding kids from abuse are complaining that they were left out of $12,000 emergency pay raises that state leaders granted to caseworkers last month.

The $1,000-a-month raises, plus salary increases of varying percentages for managers, went to about 7,200 CPS employees involved in "direct delivery" of child welfare services. However, agency leaders restricted the eligibility in ways that left out some grizzled veterans.

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