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600 E Boulevard Ave
Dept 113
Bismarck, ND 58505-0120

Phone · 701.328.3290
Fax · 701.328.1475
Email · hrms@nd.gov

Employment Verification · 701.328.2677

Managers: Compensation and Salary Ranges

Philosophy | Legislative Intent | Range Structure | Range Tables | Increase History

Salary Increase and Pay Range History

  Salary Range Movement
Date Amount Specific Provisions Minimum Maximum
July 1, 1983 2% Retirement Contribution in lieu of salary increase 0
May 1, 1984 $60/mo Not appropriated but allowed by Governor within available agency funds 0
July 1, 1984 2% Retirement Contribution in lieu of salary increase 0
April 1, 1985 5.5% Minimum increase of $50 5.5% or $50 Ranged from 12.8% at gr 5 to 6.8% at gr 40
July 1, 1986 4% Minimum increase of $50 4% or $50 4% or $50
July 1, 1987 0% 1 0
July 1, 1988 0% 1 0
July 1, 1989 7.1% Minimum increase of $50 5% or $50 5% or $50
July 1, 1990 0% 1 0
July 1, 1991 4% Minimum increase of $50 4% or $50 4% or $50
July 1, 1992 $40/mo Averaged approximately 2% 0 $40
July 1, 1993 $60/mo Averaged approximately 3.2% $60 $60
July 1, 1994 3% 1 0 3%
July 1, 1995 2% 1 2%
July 1, 1996 3% 2% across the board; 1% for performance, range compression, & equity 2%
July 1, 1997 3% $30 across the board; remainder of 3% appropriation based on merit & equity $30 3%
July 1, 1998 3% $30 across the board; remainder of 3% appropriation based on merit & equity $30 3%
July 1, 1999 2% $35 across the board; remainder of 2% appropriation based on merit & equity Salary ranges recalculated for market component; grades compressed from 44 to 20
July 1, 2000 2% $35 across the board; remainder of 2% appropriation based on merit & equity (additional 1% allowed with funding from existing appropriations) 2%
July 1, 2001 3% $35 across the board; remainder of 3% appropriation based on merit & equity Salary ranges recalculated for market component
July 1, 2002 2% $35 across the board; remainder of 2% appropriation based on merit & equity 2%
January 1, 2004 Up to 1% Across the board; funding from permanent (pooled) savings from elimination of 176 FTEs in biennium 0
January 1, 2005 Up to 2% Across the board; funding from permanent (pooled) savings from elimination of 176 FTEs in biennium 0
July 1, 2005 4% Across the board 4%
July 1, 2006 4% Across the board 4%
July 1, 2007 4% Appropriation Based on performance and/or equity; minimum of $75 Salary ranges recalculated for market component
July 1, 2008 4% Appropriation Based on performance and/or equity; minimum of $75 3%
July 1, 2009 5% Appropriation Based on performance and equity; minimum of $100 5% - 9.5%
July 1, 2010 5% Appropriation Based on performance and equity; minimum of $100 5%
July 1, 2011 3% Appropriation Based on performance and equity; generally minimum of 1% 3%
July 1, 2012 3% Appropriation Implementing recommendations from the 2009-11 legislative study of state employee compensation – new job evaluations, new grade structure, market-based salary ranges
July 1, 2013 4% Appropriation Performance component: Range of 3-5% if meeting performance expectations; Market component 2% for employees in 1st quartile and 1% for employees in 2nd quartile of 2012-2013 salary range. 3%
July 1, 2014 3% Appropriation Performance component: Range of 2-4% if meeting performance expectations; Market component 2% for employees in 1st quartile and 1% for employees in 2nd quartile of 2012-2013 salary range. 3%
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