.................... moves to amend H.F. No. 756 as follows:
Delete everything after the enacting clause and insert:
"Section 1. Minnesota Statutes 2010, section 43A.20, is amended to read:
1.443A.20 PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL AND PAY.
The commissioner shall design and maintain a performance appraisal and bonus
system under which each employee in the civil service in the executive branch shall
be evaluated and counseled on work performance at least once a year. The performance
1.8appraisal and bonus pay system must include three components:
1.9(1) evaluation of the individual employee's performance relative to goals for that
1.10individual, which must constitute a majority of the overall determination of an employee's
1.12(2) evaluation of the performance of the individual employee's program, defined by
1.13the agency head, toward meeting targeted outcomes for the program; and
1.14(3) evaluation of the performance of the entire agency toward meeting targeted
1.15outcomes for the agency.
Individual pay increases for all employees
not represented by an exclusive
1.17 representative certified pursuant to chapter 179A
shall be based on the
1.18evaluations required by paragraph (a)
and other factors consistent with paragraph (a)
the commissioner negotiates in collective bargaining agreements or
includes in the
plans developed pursuant to section
Collective bargaining agreements entered
1.21 into pursuant to chapter 179A may, and are encouraged to, provide for pay increases
1.22 based on employee work performance. An employee in the executive branch may not
1.23receive an increase in salary or wages based on cost of living or progression to another
1.24step or lane unless the employee's supervisor certifies that the employee's performance
1.25has been satisfactory.
2.1(c) At least five percent of an employee's salary must be dependent on performance
2.2appraisals. Implementation of this paragraph must be determined through collective
2.3bargaining agreements or compensation plans.
2.4(d) This section does not apply to faculty and administrators in the Minnesota State
2.5Colleges and University system.
2.6(e) This section supersedes any conflicting provision of other law.
2.7EFFECTIVE DATE.This section is effective July 1, 2011. For employees covered
2.8by a collective bargaining agreement, this section applies to collective bargaining
2.9agreements entered into on or after that date.
Amend the title accordingly