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2024 updated Pay for Performance Policy

2024 updated Pay for Performance Policy

TSEA April 16, 2024 Comments Off on 2024 updated Pay for Performance Policy

If the only time you think about working on your performance is before the annual performance evaluation, you are not alone.  Most of us today prefer to stay quiet and [&hellip

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TSEA Legislative Update – Week Ending 2/9/24

TSEA Legislative Update – Week Ending 2/9/24

TSEA February 9, 2024 Comments Off on TSEA Legislative Update – Week Ending 2/9/24

This week focused on Gov. Bill Lee’s State of the State and his proposed FY 24-25 budget. TSEA published a full recap of the governor’s speech and proposed budget on [&hellip

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2023 Pay for Performance Awards Announced

2023 Pay for Performance Awards Announced

[email protected] August 31, 2023 Comments Off on 2023 Pay for Performance Awards Announced

The Tennessee Department of Human Resources has announced the pay for performance (P4P) awards for eligible state employees. According to a communication from DOHR, “employees who received a rating of [&hellip

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Important Notice: Clarification on State Employee Pay for Performance raises and Benefit Improvements

Important Notice: Clarification on State Employee Pay for Performance raises and Benefit Improvements

[email protected] May 9, 2023 Comments Off on Important Notice: Clarification on State Employee Pay for Performance raises and Benefit Improvements

Pay for Performance clarification We want to clarify a statement in our Legislative Update Week Ending 4-21-23. In the update, we mentioned that based on the budget which just passed [&hellip

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2023 Pay for Performance Bonuses Announced

2023 Pay for Performance Bonuses Announced

TSEA December 21, 2022 Comments Off on 2023 Pay for Performance Bonuses Announced

The state has released information about the state employee Pay-for-Performance cash bonus rewards for the 2021-2022 performance cycle. According to a December 21, 2022 communication from DOHR, employees with performance [&hellip

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DOHR Announces July 1 Raises for State Employees

DOHR Announces July 1 Raises for State Employees

TSEA July 1, 2022 Comments Off on DOHR Announces July 1 Raises for State Employees

The Tennessee Department of Human Resources today announced Pay for Performance (P4P) and Expanded Pay Benefits rewards to eligible state employees effective July 1, 2022.  According to a communication from [&hellip

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DCS Announces Case Manager Series Salary Increases

DCS Announces Case Manager Series Salary Increases

TSEA June 25, 2021 Comments Off on DCS Announces Case Manager Series Salary Increases

Tennessee Department of Children’s Services Commissioner Jennifer Nichols announced today in an email to state employees details about Case Manager series salary increases. Her announcement is below. We are excited [&hellip

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Details on reinstated 2021 Pay for Performance rewards

Details on reinstated 2021 Pay for Performance rewards

TSEA May 13, 2021 Comments Off on Details on reinstated 2021 Pay for Performance rewards

The Department of Human Resources recently released details about the 2021 pay for performance raises. Included below is the text from their communication to employees: — DOHR Communication to Employees [&hellip

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TSEA urges Governor Lee and Legislature to prioritize state employee pay

TSEA urges Governor Lee and Legislature to prioritize state employee pay

TSEA January 20, 2021 Comments Off on TSEA urges Governor Lee and Legislature to prioritize state employee pay

This week, the Tennessee General Assembly convened for a special legislative session on education to address urgent issues facing Tennessee students and schools in the 2021-22 school year, including learning [&hellip

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BREAKING: 2020 Pay for Performance rewards announced

BREAKING: 2020 Pay for Performance rewards announced

TSEA December 16, 2019 Comments Off on BREAKING: 2020 Pay for Performance rewards announced

Today the state announced state employee Pay-for-Performance “rewards” for the 2018-2019 performance cycle. Employees with performance ratings of valued, advanced, or outstanding will receive a 3 percent increase in their [&hellip

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