Policies: Salary Administration

For each policy below you will find the pdf versions as well as the policy history, the statutory authority, the administrative code, previous policies and FAQs when applicable.

These documents contain the policy and guidelines that define the Career Banding framework and outlines the Career Banding Salary Administration plan.

This policy was repealed in August 2014.

This policy provides guidelines for demotions or reassignments.

This policy provides guidelines for extended work duty for critical coverage shortages in certain medically related classes.

The Compensation of Foreign Service Employees Policy defines a foreign service employee, establishes compensation requirements, benefits, and tax reimbursement requirements.

An overview of the compensation plan foundation for ensuring consistent and equitable application of pay decisions and the administration of pay practices.

The Holiday Premium Pay Policy defines compensation requirements, designated holidays, and shift schedules for employees required to work on a holiday.

This policy provides the guidelines for horizontal transfers.

This policy provides the guidelines for the administration of hours worked and overtime compensation.

The In-Range Adjustments Policy defines salary increase adjustments related to job change, equity, and labor market. This policy addresses increase amounts and agency responsibility for granting an increase in and eligible employee's salary within the employee's current salary range and within the agency where the employee is employed.

This document provides the policy guidelines for initial/newly classified positions subject to the State Human Resources Act.

The Longevity Policy defines eligibility for longevity pay, accruals, prorated payments, movement between agencies, and the effects of longevity while on leave and its effect on base pay. This policy also outlines agency responsibility in determining the quantity of qualifying service.

The New Appointments Policy provides guidelines for new appointments to a position in state government.

This policy outlines the guidelines for on-call and emergency callback pay for employees required to serve in on-call status or called back to work.

This policy provides guidelines for any employee's promotion to a position assigned a higher grade.

This policy outlines the guidelines for reallocation to a position assigned to a different classification.

This policy provides guidelines for redeployment due to an enterprise-wide project and no break in service.

The Reinstatement Policy provides guidelines for the reinstatement of employees.

This policy outlines the guidelines for Retention Salary Adjustments that provide a last resort means to maintain employment of a key employee.

This document includes the Salary Administration Policy terms and definitions.

This policy outlines the guidelines for Salary Range Revision where changes in a salary range provide current and competitive salary rates for use in the recruitment of employees.

This policy provides guidelines for shift premium pay for employees regularly scheduled to work either an evening or night shift.

This policy outlines guidelines for sign-on bonuses when the legislature appropriates funds to be used for sign-on bonuses.

The policy is not intended to resolve all retention problems. Funds are available only from limited salary reserves of an agency or program and these funds must be managed to serve a variety of program necessities. Therefore, the implementation of special salary adjustments is limited to the most critical retention issues.

This policy includes guidelines for supplemental salary compensation to employees.