ACSS compaction bill passes Senate

Posted: 6/4/2013 Tags: budget election governor legislature salary Tags Views: 2083 Print:

After being held in the suspense file until the release of Gov. Brown's revised budget, a 6-0 bipartisan vote on May 29th by the Senate Appropriations Committee sent ACSS' anti-compaction bill (SB 216) past its first major hurdle and on to the Assembly for review.

Our bill - which aims to resolve the phenomenon in which supervisors often earn less than those they supervise - has enjoyed widespread support from both sides of the aisle in its journey through the Senate, and we expect a similar progression through the Assembly.

SB 216 would require the state to maintain a recommended 10% salary differential between supervisors and the employees they oversee, or require CalHR to provide a detailed report on impacted classficiations and why they are unable to meet the 10% differential.

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