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Posted on: October 1, 2020

Salary Rates and Ranges Addressed in 2020-21 Operating Budget

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On September 14, City Council approved the Operating Budget for Fiscal Year 2020-21. Here's what you need to know about the following compensation and pay plan adjustments:

General Compensation Plan
The General Compensation Pay Plan ranges will be adjusted by 4.5% based on our compensation philosophy of median plus 5%. Salaries below the new minimum after the pay ranges go into effect will be adjusted to the new minimum of the pay range.  

There are no across-the-board increases this year due to budget constraints, other than the budgeted increases to reach the new minimum pay range. 

Technology Services Plan
The Technology Services (TS) Pay Plan remains unchanged. A compensation study was not conducted on this Plan because the position levels and salaries are connected to certifications. The TS Plan is under review.

Civil Service Compensation Plans
Based on the compensation philosophy of median plus 5%, the minimums and maximums of select ranks for Civil Service Police and Fire were adjusted. Civil Service employees may advance positions during the year if eligible.

Public Safety Communications Plan
The Public Safety Communications Pay Plan will be adjusted by 4.5% for FY 2020-2021. Employees may advance steps during the year as eligible unless they are on a Performance Improvement Plan (PIP). In these cases, the pay increase is deferred until the PIP is successfully completed.  

Since there are no across-the-board increases this year, employees will not receive lump sum payments if their wage exceeds the maximum of the pay range. 

Access detailed City of Plano Compensation information 24/7. If you have any questions regarding these pay plan adjustments, please contact your supervisor or manager.  


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