Ala. Admin. Code r. 670-X-8-.03 - Salary Rate Upon Promotion
Current through Register Vol. 40, No. 6, March 31, 2022
The salary rate of an employee who is promoted may be increased to that rate in the higher range that will provide an increase of up to two pay steps (approximately 5%). An employee shall not be paid less than the minimum rate of the higher range. The promotional salary increase shall be effective on the date of promotion, which shall always be at the beginning of a semi-monthly pay period. No performance salary advance shall be made during the probationary period. Upon successful completion of probation, a salary increase can be recommended by the appointing authority in accordance with the rule governing the same, and the anniversary date shall then be changed as provided in such rule (670-X-8-.04 ). In the event that the employee does not successfully complete probation and is returned to his former position, the rate of the employee shall be adjusted to the rate paid before promotion or to that higher rate the employee might have achieved had the anniversary date occurred during the probationary period; in this case, the anniversary date remains the same as it was prior to promotion.
Author: Jackie B. Graham, State Personnel Director
Statutory Authority: Code of Ala. 1975, §§ 36-6-1(d), 36-26-9.
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