A county prosecutor suing to get raises for assistants and staff must prove the increases are “reasonably necessary” to fulfill the statutory responsibilities of his office, not simply that key employees will otherwise walk, the New Jersey Supreme Court says.
And for prosecutors seeking raises for employees outside the scope of a collective bargaining agreement, it’s an uphill climb with full backpack.
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