It’s been a rough year for privacy guards, with more than a dozen deaths at the state’s three-day training and one worker killed in the line of duty.
But in 2018, the pay for California’s privacy guards has increased by more than 50 percent since 2014.
That’s according to the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation.
Privacy guards are hired to keep an eye on prisoners while they’re in custody, or to monitor their health and whereabouts during breaks, when their jobs are in high demand.
Their work is paid well.
But their job also entails monitoring inmates, and those who have committed crimes or have been found guilty of felonies.
In 2017, the department hired four guards to oversee two prisons, and it paid them an average of $15,000 annually.
“We’re just not paid enough,” said one privacy guard who asked not to be identified for fear of retribution.
“It’s a little tough.”
The guard said the average pay for a guard in 2018 was $19,000, and the average of all guards in the state was $22,000.
The new contract with the Department of Correction also allows for more shifts, with guards working a maximum of three days a week and up to seven days a year.
That means that while a guard’s paychecks are increasing, they are also seeing a decrease in their working hours.
In 2016, the Department paid the average guard $11,200, but in 2017, they made $11.50 an hour.
The guards’ paychecks also increased, but because of a cost-cutting measure, they were able to cut their wages by 25 percent.
In a letter sent to the state legislature, the guards union warned that it would “unnecessarily jeopardize our ability to protect the health and safety of our guards and to ensure our safety.”
It also warned that the new contract would make it more difficult for the guards to get overtime pay for overtime hours worked.
It also said that it was concerned about a lack of overtime pay because of the cost of overtime, which is paid for by the state.
“This is not a time for pay raises,” said a guard who requested anonymity.
“There are always going to be people who want to get the job done, but there is a big pay cut when the guards have to do overtime.
But a spokesperson for the state Department of Labor and Industries said that since the guards are employees, they’re entitled to overtime pay, and that it’s “a good idea for the department to keep that in mind.” “
I think they should be making more money,” he added.
But a spokesperson for the state Department of Labor and Industries said that since the guards are employees, they’re entitled to overtime pay, and that it’s “a good idea for the department to keep that in mind.”
He added that the department has been reviewing the contract, and noted that it had been a year since the department last revised its pay practices.
He said that in the past, the state paid guards overtime for every hour of work they performed, which could result in pay increases of as much as 80 percent.
“In the past we’ve been a little bit generous, but we’ve seen some instances of it not working out that way,” said the spokesperson.
“The reality is that if you have a lot of people working, it’s not a good idea to have a big increase in the pay.”
For example, the spokesperson said that the state pays guards a total of $9,000 in overtime each year, but only $6,500 each month for all guards working full time.
In 2018, that means that the average hourly pay for an inmate at a state prison was $15.70.
“Our pay rate is just not good enough to pay guards well,” said another guard who said that he would like to see the state pay guards more than $20,000 a year in overtime.
“You need to pay the guard for the hours they’re working,” said this guard, who requested that his name not be used because of retaliation.
“That would be a lot more than what the state is making right now.
I think the people who have done this deserve to be paid a lot less than what they’re making.”
The spokesperson said the department’s current pay structure is in place for years, but that the contract would be adjusted if it is “needed” and that if the pay raises were made, the cost would be passed on to the taxpayers.
The Department of Personnel and Training is not sure how much overtime guards receive, but according to a report by the Legislative Analyst’s Office, the average per-guard pay is $20.80.
The report also found that in 2018 there were nearly 600 guards working in California prisons, with a median salary of $38,200.
That works out to a $2,838 salary per guard.
“If you look at what the guards were earning last year, it was $9.50 for each hour they worked, or about $14,000,” said Tom Miller, the