|To develop, retain, and attract the kind of skilled senior leadership professionals capable of the service delivery transformation the Governor and Legislature envision, we must bring our employment system for managers into the modern day.
What: State leaders are developing a comprehensive package regarding the state’s relationship with our managers, including a series of legislative and administrative actions focused on our management philosophy, our system of classification and compensation, and our training practices, retention and recruitment.
How: The Enterprise Leadership Team has chartered a body of work to begin changing the current system with a series of recommended legislative and administrative steps over the next few years. Many of the proposed changes can be implemented administratively, while some components of the full package will require legislative approval. The purpose of this effort is to redesign/reconfigure our workforce systems (compensation, classification, performance management) to support getting the right people in the right job at the right time.