Volusia County To Discuss Pay Range Increases For Non-Union Employees

By on December 20, 2017 in WNDB News

Volusia County, FL – At its Thursday meeting, the Volusia County Council will vote on an amendment increasing the pay ranges for non-union County employees by 4%.

The County had voted in September to increase the minimum and maximum pay ranges for non-bargaining employees by 3%. If the new amendment passes, the pay ranges for 2017-2018 for those employees would increase to 4% starting on December 30 of this year. Employees who currently fall below the new minimum pay range would get a boost in pay in order to fall within the new parameters, according to County records.

The amendment includes a plan to help mitigate pay compression and includes all full-time and part-time non-bargaining County employees who are not in a training program.

Pay rates for those County employees who are unionized would be governed by the terms of the union’s collective bargaining agreements. Compensation for the county manager and the county attorney will be discussed by the Council separately.

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