- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 39. Public Officers and Employees
- Chapter 27. Pay Plan For State Employees
- Section 22. Pay Increments For Longevity in State Service.
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AS 39.27.022. Pay Increments For Longevity in State Service.
- (a) Pay increments, computed at the rate of 3.75 percent of the employee's base salary, shall be provided after an
employee has remained in the final step within a given range for two years, provided that the employee has worked
continuously for the state for seven years and provided that the current annual rating by the employee's supervisors is
designated as "good" or higher.
- (b) Additional increments, each computed at the rate of 3.75 percent of the employee's base salary, shall be provided
under the same restrictions as provided in (a) of this section when the employee has remained in the final step for
four, nine and thirteen years.
- (c) Longevity pay increments provided for in (a) and (b) of this section are approved under AS 39.25.150
(2) as an amendment to the pay plan for employees of the state.
- (d) This section applies to employees of the legislature only if the committee responsible for adopting employment
policies concerning the employee adopts a written policy that the section applies. This section applies to the
employees of the office of the ombudsman only if the ombudsman adopts a policy that the section applies. This section
applies to the employees of the office of victims' rights only if the victims' advocate adopts a policy that the
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