Hundreds of Baltimore employees continue to be underpaid or receive no money in their paychecks, several weeks after the city rolled out a new payroll system, the heads of multiple city unions said Friday. Mike Mancuso, president of Fraternal Order of Police Lodge No. 3, said that as of this week, 800 of his 2,400 members continue to have problems with their checks following the transition to Workday software. The City Union of Baltimore has mediated problems for at least 200 of its 3,000 members, including some who have gone unpaid for six weeks, said Ray Baker, spokesperson for the union.
Baltimore City unions report workers underpaid or unpaid; Council President Mosby calls for investigative hearing
January 31, 2021