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41-763.02. Special market adjustments; committee

A. The director shall establish a system of special market adjustments to modify salaries of state employees within certain identified job classifications.

B. The system shall provide for salary adjustments, subject to legislative appropriation, for state positions and for positions in job classifications that, in the opinion of the director, are critical to the orderly conduct of the agencies in which the positions are located and that meet specific comparative criteria. These criteria include whether the positions are experiencing substantially above average turnover or have salaries that are substantially below comparable positions outside state service.

C. The director shall establish procedures to determine the job classifications eligible for special market adjustments. The procedures shall include:

1. The systematic identification of job classifications based on specific comparative criteria including turnover and salary information.

2. The consideration of job classifications identified by agency directors.

3. In cases in which significant increases are recommended, recommended increases may be scheduled over two or more years. If multiple year increases are recommended, the cost of funding the proposed adjustments in each year shall be included.

D. A special market adjustment committee is established consisting of the following members:

1. The director of the joint legislative budget committee or the director's designee who serves as an advisory member. For the purposes of this paragraph, "advisory member" means a member who gives advice to the other members of the committee at meetings of the committee but is not eligible to vote and is not a member for purposes of determining whether a quorum is present.

2. The director of the governor's office of strategic planning and budgeting or the director's designee.

3. The administrative director of the courts or the administrative director's designee.

4. Two members who have at least ten years of experience in human resources administration and who are appointed by the director of the department of administration. One of these members shall be employed in the private sector.

5. One member who is a member of an employee organization that has at least one thousand members and who is appointed by the director of the department of administration.

6. Two members who are state agency directors, deputy directors or assistant directors and who are appointed by the director of the department of administration.

E. Members of the special market adjustment committee who are appointed by the director of the department of administration shall not serve more than two consecutive three year terms. The department shall provide staff for the special market adjustment committee.

F. The special market adjustment committee may assist the director in determining recommendations for the cost of funding the proposed adjustments.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-763.02

41-763.02. Special market adjustments; committee

A. The director shall establish a system of special market adjustments to modify salaries of state employees within certain identified job classifications.

B. The system shall provide for salary adjustments, subject to legislative appropriation, for state positions and for positions in job classifications that, in the opinion of the director, are critical to the orderly conduct of the agencies in which the positions are located and that meet specific comparative criteria. These criteria include whether the positions are experiencing substantially above average turnover or have salaries that are substantially below comparable positions outside state service.

C. The director shall establish procedures to determine the job classifications eligible for special market adjustments. The procedures shall include:

1. The systematic identification of job classifications based on specific comparative criteria including turnover and salary information.

2. The consideration of job classifications identified by agency directors.

3. In cases in which significant increases are recommended, recommended increases may be scheduled over two or more years. If multiple year increases are recommended, the cost of funding the proposed adjustments in each year shall be included.

D. A special market adjustment committee is established consisting of the following members:

1. The director of the joint legislative budget committee or the director's designee who serves as an advisory member. For the purposes of this paragraph, "advisory member" means a member who gives advice to the other members of the committee at meetings of the committee but is not eligible to vote and is not a member for purposes of determining whether a quorum is present.

2. The director of the governor's office of strategic planning and budgeting or the director's designee.

3. The administrative director of the courts or the administrative director's designee.

4. Two members who have at least ten years of experience in human resources administration and who are appointed by the director of the department of administration. One of these members shall be employed in the private sector.

5. One member who is a member of an employee organization that has at least one thousand members and who is appointed by the director of the department of administration.

6. Two members who are state agency directors, deputy directors or assistant directors and who are appointed by the director of the department of administration.

E. Members of the special market adjustment committee who are appointed by the director of the department of administration shall not serve more than two consecutive three year terms. The department shall provide staff for the special market adjustment committee.

F. The special market adjustment committee may assist the director in determining recommendations for the cost of funding the proposed adjustments.


State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-763.02

41-763.02. Special market adjustments; committee

A. The director shall establish a system of special market adjustments to modify salaries of state employees within certain identified job classifications.

B. The system shall provide for salary adjustments, subject to legislative appropriation, for state positions and for positions in job classifications that, in the opinion of the director, are critical to the orderly conduct of the agencies in which the positions are located and that meet specific comparative criteria. These criteria include whether the positions are experiencing substantially above average turnover or have salaries that are substantially below comparable positions outside state service.

C. The director shall establish procedures to determine the job classifications eligible for special market adjustments. The procedures shall include:

1. The systematic identification of job classifications based on specific comparative criteria including turnover and salary information.

2. The consideration of job classifications identified by agency directors.

3. In cases in which significant increases are recommended, recommended increases may be scheduled over two or more years. If multiple year increases are recommended, the cost of funding the proposed adjustments in each year shall be included.

D. A special market adjustment committee is established consisting of the following members:

1. The director of the joint legislative budget committee or the director's designee who serves as an advisory member. For the purposes of this paragraph, "advisory member" means a member who gives advice to the other members of the committee at meetings of the committee but is not eligible to vote and is not a member for purposes of determining whether a quorum is present.

2. The director of the governor's office of strategic planning and budgeting or the director's designee.

3. The administrative director of the courts or the administrative director's designee.

4. Two members who have at least ten years of experience in human resources administration and who are appointed by the director of the department of administration. One of these members shall be employed in the private sector.

5. One member who is a member of an employee organization that has at least one thousand members and who is appointed by the director of the department of administration.

6. Two members who are state agency directors, deputy directors or assistant directors and who are appointed by the director of the department of administration.

E. Members of the special market adjustment committee who are appointed by the director of the department of administration shall not serve more than two consecutive three year terms. The department shall provide staff for the special market adjustment committee.

F. The special market adjustment committee may assist the director in determining recommendations for the cost of funding the proposed adjustments.

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