Report 2017-030 Recommendation 2 Responses
Report 2017-030: The State Bar of California: It Needs Additional Revisions to Its Expense Policies to Ensure That It Uses Funds Prudently (Release Date: June 2017)
Recommendation #2 To: Bar of California, State
To better align its compensation practices with those of comparable agencies, the State Bar should update and formalize its salaries and benefits policies by implementing an eight-hour workday and a 40-hour workweek, as well as new salary and job classifications, for its nonrepresented employees by July 2017.
60-Day Agency Response
The Board of Trustees approved implementation of new classification and salary structure and 40-hour work week for non-represented employees in two phases. As an initial step, non-represented employees hired after April 17, 2017, were subject to the new structure and work week requirement. Subsequently, the Board acted to impose the new structure and work week requirement on all existing non-represented employees effective July 17, 2017.
- Completion Date: August 2017
- Response Date: August 2017
California State Auditor's Assessment of 60-Day Status: Fully Implemented
Agency responses received are posted verbatim.