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Paycheck Issue

Below you will see the language from the memo issued by the Director of the Department of Administration regarding the pay discrepancies. They are aware, they are working on it, and yes you will get your full compensation.


Assembly Bill 522 of the 2023Legislative Session made a number of significant changes to State of Nevada employee pay that became effective July1st, 2023. While most employee paychecks processed correctly, the Department is aware certain employeeswill not see some changes on their upcoming paycheck dated Friday, July21st, 2023. If your paycheck does not reflect all changes that should apply to you, a correction will be made, and you will receive backpay as soon as possible.

Please note that no action is needed by employees at this time, as the Division ofHuman Resource Management has already identified those affected.

Agency Human Resource representativesand pay clerks will be provided with information regarding what steps, if any, need to be taken in the near future.

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As far as for the paycheck we will be getting on the 4th of August after calculating maxed out employer only. I'm coming out with $35.37 an hour. Correct me if I'm wrong, but a maxed out employer only before July 1st was at $29.32 and when the raise kicked in of 23% would come out to $36.06 as of July 1st. Also, the missing portion from the last check is not going to be on this check.


Oh yeah not to mention the pay scale on the nv.gov website has also different amounts.


FOP, please advise as to what to do so we can get our hourly wage corrected if I'm correct on what I posted and as to…


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I did not... Thank you for clarifying and updating

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Hey, I also noticed that annual and sick accrued time is off... cba states (12.3 annual leave) employees with 9 years under should be getting 10 hours a month. Employees 10-14 years should be getting 12 hours a month. 15+ years should be getting 14 hours a month


As far as (12.11) sick time accrued a month, it states we should be getting 10 hours a month.


I'm. At 12 years of time with department and I'm getting 5.32 hours of annual a check and 4.36 hours of sick. I checked with a few other people, and they had the same problem... Seems to me NDOC is skimming minutes of our accrued time... am I missing something here???

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You are forgetting the 2 extra paychecks during the year. The time accrual rate is accurate minus some minutes per year. That issue, of the 24 minutes officers are being shorted, will have to wait til we can get all the other issues corrected.

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Thank you sir..

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