State Worker Pay Study Ready For Release
The state employee remuneration study ordered by HB1717 is set to be released Friday, depending on the weather, said John Estus, Office of Management and Enterprise Services public information officer.
Estus said if the weather does not cooperate, the study is set to be released Monday.
The remuneration study evaluated pay and benefits for 33,000 executive branch state employees, some of which have not seen a pay increase in more than six years.The study’s completion date was set for mid-November, but Estus said it was postponed due to additional data analysis. The project began in May.