Governor Mike Pence has authorized pay-for-performance raises for state employees based on evaluations that will be completed in January. Workers with high marks can earn increases of up to 6 percent.

December 22, 2014

News Release

Indianapolis, Ind. — Today, Governor Mike Pence sent a letter to State employees authorizing pay-for-performance raises for State employees once performance evaluations are completed in January. Employees who meet expectations will receive a 2 percent raise, those who exceed expectations will receive a 4 percent raise, and those rated outstanding will receive a 6 percent raise.

“Government works every day because our State employees care about the people of Indiana,” said Governor Pence. “This year, I am pleased to authorize a pay-for-performance increase to recognize their continued work across our state. On behalf of Hoosiers across our state, I offer my thanks for a job well done in 2014.”

Source: Office of Indiana Governor Mike Pence

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