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Sedgwick County is embarking on a comp and class study to help gauge the
organization's position as a competitive employer in the marketplace.
Learn more about this study here and how you can become involved. More
information will be added as the study progresses.
and Classification Study Fact Sheet
with any questions or comments.
This study will be conducted in four phases and should be completed by the
first of the year:
The Compensation and Classification study was presented to
the BOCC at the March 25, 2014 staff meeting. We hope to have the plan on
the April 2, 2014 agenda for BOCC approval. Nothing will be final until
the BOCC takes action on this pay plan. In summary, if your pay is below
the minimum of your proposed range your pay will increase to reach the minimum.
If your pay is above the minimum of your proposed range your pay will increase
by 1.26 percent. All full-time and permanent part-time employees will
receive at least an additional 1.26 percent.
Watch the video of the March 25 BoCC meeting here.
The complete consultant report and the new proposed plan may be found on e-line Human Resources page by clicking the "Compensation
and Classification Study" link on the left side of the page.
We will have a series of informational meetings regarding
the pay plan:
These meetings are voluntary. You are welcome to
attend one or view a videotaped session that will be posted April 1 to the
HR/comp and class study page of the county website. If you have any
questions please ask your supervisor or department head, you may also submit
them to email@example.com.
I hope you take time to study the pay plan and how it will affect you.
The Mission of
Sedgwick County is to provide quality public services to our community
so everyone can pursue freedom and prosperity in a safe, secure, and
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