Classification and Compensation

Haaheo HeartThe Classification and Compensation Branches are responsible for administering the State’s classification and compensation systems and providing personnel management advisory assistance to departmental personnel offices on a variety of classification and compensation issues.  To accomplish this, we

  • establish compensation and classification policies, procedures and guidelines;
  • conduct classification and compensation research and studies;
  • establish new civil service classes of work and determine pay grade levels;
  • perform job audits and ensure positions are properly classified;
  • participate in collective bargaining wage negotiations;
  • develop salary adjustment recommendations for excluded managerial employees;
  • administer the excluded managerial employee performance evaluation program; and
  • review and approve exemptions from civil service.

FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions) and Answers

Classification and Compensation Plan and Amendments
Classification Specification and Minimum Qualification Requirements

Commission on Salary Reports
Guidelines to Determine FLSA Status
HRD-1 Form – Position Action Form
HRD-281 Form – Position/Employee FLSA Status Worksheet
Position Description Template
Salary Schedules
Supplement to Position Description

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