Section .0700 ‑ Salary Range Revision

Link to law: 25 - state human resources/chapter 01 - office of state human resources/subchapter d/25 ncac 01d .0701.html
Published: 2015

Subscribe to a Global-Regulation Premium Membership Today!

Key Benefits:

Subscribe Now


25 NCAC 01D .0701          DEFINITION

(a)  Salary range revision is any change in a salary range

approved by the State Human Resources Commission and resulting from changes in

the labor market.

(b)  The primary purpose of a range revision is to provide

current and competitive salary rates for the use of managers with recruitment

responsibilities.  Revisions resulting from upward changes in the labor market

serve another purpose in helping reduce the vulnerability of employees to

external job offers when their salaries are below the market average as

reflected by the mid-point of the salary range.

(c)  Salary increases as a result of salary range revision

are not rewards for job performance or assumption of greater responsibility. 

Increases provided by this policy are for maintenance of labor market

competitive pay levels for affected employees.  For employees below the

midpoint, management is encouraged to increase salaries.  Factors that

influence the amount of increase include current salary relationship to the

minimum and midpoint rates, salary equity among affected employees and

satisfactory job performance.


History Note:        Authority G.S. 126-4(2);

Eff. February 1, 1976;

Amended Eff. January 1, 1991.