Genesee County, New York; Compensation Consultation Services

Evergreen is retained by Genesee County to provide Compensation Consultation Services for all full-time positions in the public sector. Evergreen will provide recommendations to address any anomalies within current pay structures. Evergreen will conduct a survey of salaries; conduct interviews and/or job audits; provide recommended salary ranges for each positions; provide a recommended strategy for implementing any changes; provide training for County staff to enable them to effectively use and maintain the market competitiveness. 

Superior Court of California, County of Monterey, California; Classification and Compensation Study

Evergreen is retained By the Superior Court of California to conduct a Classification and Compensation Study. Evergreen will perform the following tasks: ensure appropriate compensation for all Court employees; ensure appropriate classifications and position descriptions to accurately reflect current duties and responsibilities; provide salaries commensurate with assigned duties; provide benefits commensurate with comparable government agencies; provide a justifiable pay differential between individual classes; and maintain a competitive position with other comparable government entities and private employers within the same geographic areas.

Onslow County, North Carolina; Classification and Compensation Study

Evergreen is retained by Onslow County to conduct a Classification and Compensation Study. Evergreen will provide an updated market study of comparable entities, evaluate the current compensation and classification, perform a pay compression analysis of all County positions, and develop policy recommendations for the administration and maintenance of the classification and compensation system.

Victor Valley Transit Authority, California; Compensation and Benefits Study

Evergreen is retained by Victor Valley Transit Authority (VVTA) to conduct a Compensation and Benefits Study. Evergreen will address changes in operations and staffing over the past several years to ensure that positions performing similar work with the same level of complexity, responsibility, and knowledge, skills, and abilities are classified together, and to ensure VVTA is competitive with relevant labor markets.