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Prefecture bonus reduced, Naha receives increase

Date Posted: 2001-12-13

Government workers across Japan were paid their annual year-end bonuses on Monday, with Okinawa prefectural employees receiving a decrease as compared to last year and Naha City workers receiving a larger amount. A total of 23,804 prefectural workers received a bonus that averaged ¥813,497 for staff members excluding management, reflecting an 8.97 percent decrease from last year’s figures. Governor Keiichi Inamine received approximately ¥2.2 million. The Naha City government paid 3,164 employees more than ¥2.6 billion, averaging ¥842,000 per worker, a ¥31,000 increase over last year. The prefectural assembly has voted a 10 percent cut in bonuses for prefectural executives including the governor, while non-management staff will receive a decrease in annual bonus equal to 5 percent of monthly salary. The reductions are expected to take effect in 2003.

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