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State employees eligible for raises in 2016

By Rachel Hoffmeyer TheStatehouseFile.com INDIANAPOLIS – State employees could see a boost in pay next year. Gov. Mike Pence announced Tuesday state employees who meet expectations will receive a 3 percent raise. Employees who exceed expectations will receive a 4 percent raise.  Those who are considered outstanding will receive a 6 percent raise. In a […]

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Highly rated state employees to get raises up to 6 percent

Staff Report TheStatehouseFile.com INDIANAPOLIS – Indiana government employees rated as meeting or exceeding expectations on their yearly performance evaluations will be receiving pay raises, Gov. Mike Pence announced Monday. Pence sent an email to all state employees saying that those found to have met expectations will be given a 2 percent wage increase, those who […]

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First medical center to open in state government center

By Seth Morin TheStatehouseFile.com INDIANAPOLIS – Gov. Mike Pence joined members from Indiana University Health at the opening of the new Health and Wellness Center in the Indiana Government Center. It is the first medical center that will be housed at the state government center. “It is a testament to the fact that Indiana is […]

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Pence: State ‘circumstances’ prevent employee raises; some to get bonuses

Staff report TheStatehouseFile.com INDIANAPOLIS – State employees won’t get raises next year but could instead receive one-time bonuses of $500 to $1,000 if they do well enough on performance evaluations to be completed next month. In an email, Gov. Mike Pence told employees Friday that the state’s “present circumstances do not permit us to increase […]

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Lawmakers will revisit state pension decisions

By Jesse Wilson TheStatehouseFile.com INDIANAPOLIS – A legislative panel will consider asking state officials to back off a plan to privatize public employee retirement benefits and reconsider significant cuts to the rate of return on their annuity investments. The Pension Management Oversight Commission can’t tell the administrators of public employee and teacher retirement accounts what […]

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Indiana places a big bet on consumer-driven health insurance

By Christine Vestal Stateline.org staff writer One thing Mitch Daniels believes with absolute conviction is that consumers need to pay more of the cost of their health care. He has written it in a flurry of op-ed articles in newspapers and journals all over the country. If patients have to reach a little deeper into […]