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PDFWAC 357-28-110

Must an employee who is promoted receive a salary increase?

An employee who is promoted must advance to a step of the range for the new class that is nearest to five percent above their prepromotional salary, not to exceed step M of the salary range. If the employee's prepromotional salary is set above the maximum of the salary range in accordance with WAC 357-28-040, the promotional increase will be based off of the maximum of the salary range of the class the employee is promoting from. The employer may grant a higher increase if:
(1) Significant increases in duties and responsibilities, as documented by the employer, warrant greater compensation;
(2) The increase is necessary for internal salary alignment, retention of the employee or other documented business needs in accordance with WAC 357-28-090; or
(3) The increase is necessary to bring the employee to the minimum of the salary range for the position.
[Statutory Authority: Chapter 41.06 RCW and RCW 41.06.133. WSR 20-06-011, § 357-28-110, filed 2/20/20, effective 5/1/20. Statutory Authority: Chapter 41.06 RCW. WSR 14-24-026, § 357-28-110, filed 11/21/14, effective 12/22/14; WSR 13-19-043, § 357-28-110, filed 9/13/13, effective 10/18/13; WSR 05-01-205, § 357-28-110, filed 12/21/04, effective 7/1/05.]
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