Topics included in the June 8, 2001 issue:

*Classified Pay Plan Modifications for FY 2002
*KSU Classified Employee Newsletter

Classified Pay Plan Modifications for FY 2002
The new Classified Pay Plan effective June 10, 2001 is available at In FY 2002 the pay increases will be accomplished in two phases, with the first increase of 1.5% occurring at the beginning of FY 2002, June 10, 2001. The second 1.5% general increase will occur on December 9, 2001. These pay plan changes are in lieu of step movement for FY 2002; step movement is suspended for FY 2002.

An additional step 16 has been added to the pay matrix but this step is not funded and will not be used for hires, rehires, promotions, demotions or any employee action in FY 2002. The new rate will be used for salary comparisons, only.

Longevity bonus pay continues to be authorized and funded at the current level.

The hourly shift differential rate is also increased from $.25 to $.30 per hour effective June 10, 2001.

The Division of Human Resources will automatically update the first 1.5% general increase for all classified employees on about June 15, 2001. All classified employees will have an effective dated row of June 10, 2001, inserted into their job data with an action/reason code of PAY/COL, with the exception of employees on an unpaid leave of absence.

If you have any questions about these changes, contact your Division of Human Resources' Information Management Liaison at (785) 532-6277.

KSU Classified Employee Newsletter
The KSU Classified Employee Newsletter, The Roar, is now available on the web at: Please spread the word to all classified employees of its electronic availability. Thank you.

"Most successful men have not achieved their distinction by having some new talent or opportunity presented to them. They have developed the opportunity that was at hand."
- Unknown

Division of Human Resources   103 Edwards Hall  Manhattan, KS 66506-4801  (785) 532-6277
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December 18, 2001