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State Management Personnel Manual

0800 Classification and Compensation



.110 Introduction

.111 The programs and services delivered by New York State government are large, varied, and constantly changing.  For the effective management of the State’s enterprises, a sound job classification and pay plan must be maintained to determine the classes of jobs needed for the proper conduct of business, the kinds of training and experience required for proper work performance, and the establishment and management of a pay program which is both internally fair/equitable and sensitive to market conditions.  Because the classification program is the foundation of the New York State Merit System Program, it is critical that all positions are properly classified by the Division of Classification and Compensation.

TM-65 - Replaces: All of Section 0800 Dated Prior to August, 2008

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