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State Employees to receive 3 percent raise

State Employees to receive 3 percent raise

TSEA December 19, 2017 Comments Off on State Employees to receive 3 percent raise

The state employee Pay for Performance salary increases and bonus structure for the 2016-2017 performance cycle were released today. Eligible state employees rated as Valued, Advanced, or Outstanding will receive a 3 percent increase

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State Revenues for November

State Revenues for November

TSEA December 15, 2017 Comments Off on State Revenues for November

The state has announced total tax revenues for November 2017 were $957.3 million, which exceeded revenues from the same month last year (5.55 percent higher) but is $4.1 million less than this year’s budgeted

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State Revenues for October

State Revenues for October

TSEA November 17, 2017 Comments Off on State Revenues for October

The state has announced total tax revenues for October 2017 were $1.0 billion, which exceeded revenues from the same month last year but is $1.3 million less than this year’s budgeted estimate. The FY18

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July Tax Revenues

July Tax Revenues

TSEA September 1, 2017 Comments Off on July Tax Revenues

The state has announced total tax revenues for July were more than budgeted expectations. This marks the fourth straight month and 11 of the last 12 months where total tax revenue in TN has

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Raises and market adjustments included in proposed budget

Raises and market adjustments included in proposed budget

TSEA January 31, 2017 Comments Off on Raises and market adjustments included in proposed budget

Governor Haslam yesterday released his Fiscal Year 2017-2018 budget proposal which according to a news release from the governor’s office includes, “$77 million* for state employee pay increases and market rate adjustments targeting high-turnover

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UPDATED / Latest information on market adjustments

UPDATED / Latest information on market adjustments

TSEA June 28, 2016 Comments Off on UPDATED / Latest information on market adjustments

(Updated 6/28/16) In late May, TSEA had our quarterly meeting with the Tennessee Department of Human Resources. A majority of the meeting was spent discussing specifics regarding the upcoming market adjustments for state employees.

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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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Bill that would eliminate Longevity Pay rolled two weeks

Bill that would eliminate Longevity Pay rolled two weeks

TSEA March 4, 2015 Comments Off on Bill that would eliminate Longevity Pay rolled two weeks

The House State Government Subcommittee today was scheduled to discuss HB647, the bill that would eliminate Longevity Pay for the majority of state employees, however that discussion was postponed. Rep. Bill Sanderson, Chairman of the

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TSEA argues against eliminating longevity pay

TSEA argues against eliminating longevity pay

TSEA March 3, 2015 Comments Off on TSEA argues against eliminating longevity pay

TSEA Executive Director John Summers Tuesday made a presentation during a public hearing before the full House State Government Committee to outline our concerns and opposition with HB647, the bill that would eliminate Longevity Pay for

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