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Baltimore spending board approves $7,500 EMS retention bonus as 1 in 4 jobs sit empty

January 11, 2024

With one in four Baltimore EMS positions currently vacant, the city’s spending board approved a recruitment and retention bonus of $7,500 per employee Wednesday. The bonus, which is expected to cost the city about $2.2 million, requires employees to remain with the city for three years in exchange for the payment. Eligible employees, who agree to remain with the force for the next three years, will receive the retention bonus over three installments in January, March and July.

Article Source: Baltimore Sun

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