Kan. Admin. Regs. § 1-5-14 - Pay of employee upon transfer
Current through Register Vol. 40, No. 39, September 30, 2021
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1-5-14. Pay of employee upon transfer. (a)(1) Any employee who is transferred may be paid on the same step as the step on which the employee was paid before the transfer.
(2) Any employee may transfer to a lower step within the pay grade, if this transfer is agreed upon by the employee and the appointing authority.
(3) If an employee is transferred to a trainee class with an abbreviated pay grade in lieu of layoff, the employee may be paid at the employee's present rate of pay if the rate of pay does not exceed the maximum pay rate for the pay grade to which the trainee class is assigned.
(b) For each employee whose pay is determined under subsection (a), the length of time that the employee has spent on the previous step shall count toward the time-on-step requirement for computing the employee's pay increase date.
(c) If an employee transfers from one position to another within the same agency, the appointing authority may pay the employee at a higher step on the pay grade than the step on which the employee was paid before the transfer if the appointing authority determines that the increase is in the best interests of the state. Nothing in this regulation shall authorize pay above the maximum step of the pay grade. The employee's pay increase date shall be governed by the time-on-step requirement of the new step.
(d) This regulation shall be effective on and after June 5, 2005. (Authorized by K.S.A. 2004 Supp. 75-3747; implementing K.S.A. 75-2938 and 75-3746; effective May 1, 1979; amended, E-81-14, June 12, 1980; amended May 1, 1981; amended May 1, 1987; amended Dec. 17, 1995; amended Sept. 18, 1998; amended June 5, 2005.)