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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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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 Announces Changes to Employee Performance Management Program

State Announces Changes to Employee Performance Management Program

TSEA November 1, 2017 Comments Off on State Announces Changes to Employee Performance Management Program

Gov. Bill Haslam and Tennessee Department of Human Resources (DOHR) Commissioner Rebecca Hunter today revealed changes to the performance management program for state employees. According to a news release, “Performance Management 2.0”, or “PM 2.0”,

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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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No raise if under one year of service on Sep 30

No raise if under one year of service on Sep 30

TSEA October 30, 2015 Comments Off on No raise if under one year of service on Sep 30

This past Friday, TSEA learned from a DOHR communication that not all state employees will receive the upcoming January pay for performance raises. The October notification specifically stated, “To be eligible for pay increases,

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Pay our correctional officers more than Wal-Mart’s retail associates

Pay our correctional officers more than Wal-Mart’s retail associates

TSEA August 13, 2015 Comments Off on Pay our correctional officers more than Wal-Mart’s retail associates

One of the factors contributing to ongoing high turnover in the Department of Correction is low pay for correctional officers. During Monday’s special House State Government committee meeting, TDOC Commissioner Derrick Schofield acknowledged vacancy

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Gov. Haslam’s State of the State

Gov. Haslam’s State of the State

TSEA February 9, 2015 Comments Off on Gov. Haslam’s State of the State

TSEA has major concerns with Governor Haslam’s budget proposals announced during his State of the State address, but we are reserving comment until we have had ample opportunity to fully analyze the impact those proposals

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Want to Win a Trip?

Want to Win a Trip?

TSEA June 23, 2014 Comments Off on Want to Win a Trip?

TSEA’s new membership campaign, Target: Pay Raise, allows everyone an opportunity to win. Over the weekend, TSEA launched Target: Pay Raise, a new membership campaign with a goal of adding 1,000 new members to

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Governor gives his State of the State address; 1% raise proposed for state employees

Governor gives his State of the State address; 1% raise proposed for state employees

TSEA February 5, 2014 Comments Off on Governor gives his State of the State address; 1% raise proposed for state employees

TSEA was in attendance Monday as Governor Haslam gave his fourth annual State of the State address to Tennesseans. Under the theme, “Tennessee – America at Its Best”, most of the speech focused on

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