SB 0441 Salaries of commissioners within the Dept. of Labor and Indus. Rel. are set at 90% of a circuit judge's salary
LR Number:S1949.02P Fiscal Note:1949-02
Committee:Labor and Industrial Relations
Last Action:04/27/99 - Hearing Conducted H Judiciary Committee Journal page:
Title:SCS SB 441
Effective Date:August 28, 1999
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Current Bill Summary

SCS/SB 441 - This act changes the salaries of Commissioners within the Department of Labor and Industrial Relations so that they are set at $3,000 more than the Chief Administrative Law Judge's salary. Since the Chief Administrative Law Judge's salary is calculated as a percentage of Associate Circuit Judge Salaries plus $5,000, the Commissioners' salary is ultimately calculated based on 90% of the Associate Circuit Judges salary, plus $8,000. The current salary for Associate Circuit Judges for FY1999 is $87,235. The Commissioners' salary for FY1999 is $86,843. This act would change the salary under the FY1999 rate to $86,512.

This act is similar to provisions of SB 584 (1998).