Nev. Admin. Code § 284.194 - Merit pay increase: Granting or withholding; delay because of administrative or clerical error

1. An employee whose last rating of performance was standard or better and who has not attained the top step of his or her grade must receive a merit pay increase of one step on his or her pay progression date. Unless the employee receives a subsequent rating of performance that is substandard, an employee will receive a merit pay increase of one step for each additional year of employment equivalent to full-time service until he or she reaches the top step of the grade.
2. An employee whose last rating of performance was substandard is not eligible for a merit pay increase until his or her overall performance improves to standard or better. If a subsequent report on performance is not filed with the Administrator within the 90-day period required by subsection 4 of NRS 284.340, the employee's performance will be deemed standard and he or she will be entitled to the merit pay increase effective on the date on which the subsequent report on performance was due. The date on which a report on performance is received by the Administrator or an employee of the Division of Human Resource Management is the date on which the report is filed.
3. If a merit pay increase is withheld as provided in subsection 2 because a rating of performance was substandard, the employee's pay progression date must not be affected.
4. If a merit pay increase is delayed solely because of an administrative or clerical error, the increase must be made effective on the date on which the increase was properly due.


Nev. Admin. Code § 284.194

[Personnel Div., Rule III part § G, eff. 8-11-73] - (NAC A by Dep't of Personnel, 10-26-84; 10-18-89; 11-16-95; R031-98, 4-17-98; R043-99, 9-27-99; R147-01, 1-22-2002)

NRS 284.065, 284.155, 284.175, 284.335

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