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November 5, 2018, City Council Regular Meeting
40. Motion to Procure Employee Compensation and Classification Study from Management Advisory Group (Event No. 6336)
Strategic Priority
Good Government

Recommend approval to procure employee compensation and classification study from Management Advisory Group in the amount of $118,505.00.  The City must maintain a classification and compensation system that continuously reflects the duties and responsibilities required of each City position, ensures that internal equity is maintained, and affirms that the City's salaries are competitive with other agencies.

The purpose of the study is to review the existing pay and classification structures for internal and external equity.  This study will sample approximately 420 employees to establish a competitive compensation scale City-wide.

The last study was done in 2014. Industry standards recommend completing an employee classification and compensation study every three to five years.

The method used for this procurement was the request for proposals (RFP), which evaluates criteria in addition to cost.  The criteria used for this RFP were qualifications and experience, overall approach and process, proposed schedule, DBE vendor participation, and local vendor participation.

This event had an open DBE goal with a maximum award of 10 points.  The recommended proposer submitted DBE participation at the subcontractor level in the amount of 10% using A Riley Consultants (A-1)



Jeff Grant, Human Resources
Financial Impact
$118,505.00 expenditure from the X Fund
Review Comments
Class and Comp Purchasing Summary.pdf
Class and Comp Scope.pdf
Compensation and Classification Study Funding Verification.pdf
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