|SB 0354||This act creates the Missouri Commission on Total Compensation|
|LR Number:||0765S.05C||Fiscal Note:||0765-05|
|Committee:||Financial and Governmental Organization|
|Last Action:||05/18/01 - S Consent Calendar w/SCS (3/5)||Journal page:|
|Title:||SCS SB 354|
|Effective Date:||August 28, 2001|
SCS/SB 354 - This act would create the Missouri Commission on Total Compensation. The purpose of the Commission is to establish a comprehensive approach to address total compensation of state employees. The Missouri Commission on Total Compensation will consist of thirteen members which are: the Executive Director of the Missouri State Employees Retirement System; the Executive Director of the Missouri Highway Employees and Highway Patrol Retirement System; the Executive Director of the Missouri Consolidated Health Care Plan; the Commissioner of the Office of Administration; the Director of the Personnel Division of the Office of Administration; one member of the Senate from the majority party appointed by the President Pro Tem of the senate and one member of the senate from the minority party appointed by the President Pro Tem of the Senate; one member of the House of Representatives from the majority party appointed by the Speaker of the House of Representatives and one member of the House of Representatives from the minority party appointed by the Speaker of the House of Representatives; and three members appointed by the Governor of which: one shall be an employee of the state from an employee representative organization; one shall be a non-management state employee; and one shall be a state retiree. The Commission will meet at least four times per year and is required to provide a report to the Governor and General Assembly annually.
The Commission will evaluate and recommend action on compensation, retention and recruitment issues. It will cooperate with other agencies in developing a comprehensive approach to total state employee compensation. The Commission will have the power to conduct or participate in studies and hold hearings relating to total compensation of state employees. Prior to October 1 each year the Commission will recommend options to the governor on budget allocation for the total compensation package for state employees.
This act will sunset on August 28, 2006.