Stephen Edward Grasser

Summary

Stephen Edward Grasser earned $108,100 in 2018 as an Electrical Maintainer Specialist for Power & Way Maintenance.

Grasser earned more than 42.16% of employees in Power & Way Maintenance.

Employment history for Stephen Edward Grasser

Positions held

Position Base Salary Extra Pay Start Date Data year
Electrical Maintainer Specialist $108,100 Not reported Not reported 2018
Signal Maintainer $105,502 Not reported Not reported 2017

Data year: 2018 (Source)

Comparing total pay per year

$2,598

+ 2.46%
Overall Net Change in Total Pay

$2,598

+ 2.46%
Overall Net Change in Base Salary

Not reported

Net Change in Extra Pay

Other employees with the title Electrical Maintainer Specialist at Power & Way Maintenance in 2018

Name Position Total Pay Start Date
Edwin Ramirez Electrical Maintainer Specialist $133,587 Not reported
Andrew J Gasior Electrical Maintainer Specialist $131,902 Not reported
Herminio Rodriguez Electrical Maintainer Specialist $129,831 Not reported
Daniel H Hernandez Electrical Maintainer Specialist $128,010 Not reported
Robert Vargas Electrical Maintainer Specialist $124,018 Not reported
Sam C Costello Electrical Maintainer Specialist $122,953 Not reported
Derrick A Gaines Electrical Maintainer Specialist $122,824 Not reported
Jose M Estrada Electrical Maintainer Specialist $112,118 Not reported

Data year: 2018 (Source)

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