INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – Governor Mike Pence announced in a letter to state employees Tuesday that he has authorized pay-for-performance raises in 2016.
The raises will be determined once performance evaluations are completed in January. Employees that meet expectations will receive a three percent raise. Those who exceed expectations will receive a four percent raise and employees who are rated as outstanding will receive six percent raises.
“Indiana deserves a government as good as our people,” Governor Pence said in the letter. “This year, because of the excellent public service demonstrated throughout state government, I am pleased to authorize a pay for performance increase in 2016.”