Erica Howard

Summary

Erica Howard earned $24,774 in 2017 as a Building Service Worker- Cch for Cook County Stroger Hospital. Howard had worked in this position since September 06, 2016.

Howard earned more than 4.52% of employees in Cook County Stroger Hospital.

Other Building Service Worker- Cchs at Cook County Stroger Hospital

Name Position Salary Start Date
Marcin Golis Building Service Worker- Cch $54,560 09-06-2016
Shanekqua D Selvie Building Service Worker- Cch $49,713 01-12-2015
Ryan Granger Building Service Worker- Cch $49,623 09-06-2016
Levernon Stewart Building Service Worker- Cch $49,279 07-30-2012
Sean Mcclure Building Service Worker- Cch $46,627 10-17-2016
Corrine Thomas-Weston Building Service Worker- Cch $45,475 04-06-2015
Aisha Palmer-Onipede Building Service Worker- Cch $44,365 06-15-2015
Timothy R Garrett Building Service Worker- Cch $43,785 11-24-2014
Dorothea Friend Building Service Worker- Cch $43,050 01-29-2001
Ashley M.E Taylor Building Service Worker- Cch $42,691 11-24-2014
Barbara Harper Building Service Worker- Cch $42,442 07-24-2000
Dorian Fisher Building Service Worker- Cch $41,897 09-06-2016
Carroll Mcgregor Building Service Worker- Cch $41,827 06-16-1980
Ameenah Al-Hassan Building Service Worker- Cch $40,998 09-06-2016
Delores Thomas Building Service Worker- Cch $39,830 08-09-2004
Nikia Bright Building Service Worker- Cch $39,715 09-06-2016
Carl Shipp Building Service Worker- Cch $39,375 09-06-2016
Treyianna White Building Service Worker- Cch $38,868 09-06-2016
Edward L Cotton Building Service Worker- Cch $38,784 01-27-2003
Daniel L Murry Building Service Worker- Cch $34,216 02-06-2017
Leslie L Hughes Building Service Worker- Cch $544 05-31-1994

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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