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House passes 401k match, bill moves to Senate

House passes 401k match, bill moves to Senate

TSEA June 4, 2020 Comments Off on House passes 401k match, bill moves to Senate

Yesterday, under the guidance of our dedicated bill sponsor Chairman Gary Hicks and bill co-sponsor Leader William Lamberth, the Tennessee House of Representatives passed HB2045, our 401(k) bill. This bill, if it were to

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Pay For Performance Rewards Announced

Pay For Performance Rewards Announced

TSEA December 13, 2018 Comments Off on Pay For Performance Rewards Announced

Yesterday, the state announced state employee Pay-for-Performance “rewards” for the 2017-2018 performance cycle. Employees with performance ratings of valued, advanced, or outstanding will receive a 3.5 percentage increase in their base salary. Additionally, state

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Pay For Performance Raises included in state budget

Pay For Performance Raises included in state budget

TSEA April 24, 2018 Comments Off on Pay For Performance Raises included in state budget

TSEA has verified that the 2018-2019 state budget, passed last week by the House and Senate, includes funding for pay-for-performance raises of 2.5 percent for state employees with evaluation scores of valued, advanced, or

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Budget passes including Pay-For-Performance raises for state employees

Budget passes including Pay-For-Performance raises for state employees

TSEA May 10, 2017 Comments Off on Budget passes including Pay-For-Performance raises for state employees

The legislature this week passed the 2017-2018 state budget which includes funding for pay-for-performance raises of three percent for those with evaluation scores of valued, advanced, or outstanding. Employee evaluations should be completed on

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TEAM-PAC endorsed candidates win big

TEAM-PAC endorsed candidates win big

TSEA November 9, 2016 Comments Off on TEAM-PAC endorsed candidates win big

All but one – 99 percent – of TEAM-PAC’s endorsed candidates in the 2016 general election were elected to serve in Tennessee’s 110th General Assembly. This is great news for state employees! Whether you

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Market adjustments will become effective July 1

Market adjustments will become effective July 1

TSEA April 20, 2016 Comments Off on Market adjustments will become effective July 1

The Department of Human Resources just confirmed to TSEA that market adjustments approved last week as part of the 2016/2017 budget will become effective July 1, 2016. DOHR, in a recent communication to employees,

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State budget passes, includes significant investment for state employees

State budget passes, includes significant investment for state employees

TSEA April 14, 2016 Comments Off on State budget passes, includes significant investment for state employees

The $34.8 Billion Tennessee state budget, which includes $60 million for state employee raises and an additional $36 million for state employee salary adjustments, has passed both the House and Senate. “The legislature just

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Summary of TSEA Legislation 2016

Summary of TSEA Legislation 2016

TSEA February 5, 2016 Comments Off on Summary of TSEA Legislation 2016

SB 2485 Sen. Becky Massey HB 2269 Rep. Bill Dunn TSEA is preparing an amendment for this bill that will add clarification to the T.E.A.M. Act in the area of dismissal and discipline. This

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Haslam cancels raises, but averts insurance premium increase

Haslam cancels raises, but averts insurance premium increase

TSEA March 31, 2014 Comments Off on Haslam cancels raises, but averts insurance premium increase

NASHVILLE – State employees’ salaries will not be raised this year, but neither will their health insurance premiums, according to Governor Haslam’s budget amendment which will be released Tuesday morning. A proposed one percent

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Legislative Update – February 3, 2014

Legislative Update – February 3, 2014

TSEA February 4, 2014 Comments Off on Legislative Update – February 3, 2014

TSEA has a number of bills before the legislature this year, and two very important bills regarding the reductions in force (RIF) process will be heard this week in committee. HB 1748: The House

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