Pence authorizes raises for workers with good reviews

Gov. Mike Pence has informed state workers that those who get positive performance reviews for their work will receive pay raises.

Pence said Monday that employees who meet expectations will receive 2 percent pay raises, those who exceed expectations will receive 4 percent raises and those who receive ratings of outstanding will get a 6 percent raise.

Pence says he was pleased to authorize the pay-for-performance increases to recognize state employees' work, thanking them "for a job well done in 2014."

Workers will receive their performance reviews in January.

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