Synopsis As Introduced Creates the State Agency and Grantee Bonus Prohibition Act. Provides that no State agency or hospital shall pay from State funds, in whole or in part, and no employee of a State agency or hospital may receive a bonus as all or part of his or her compensation, including such bonuses as may be received for work on capital projects. Provides that no grantee shall pay and no employee or contract worker of a grantee may receive a bonus paid from grant funds awarded for operational expenses as all or part of his or her compensation, including such bonuses as may be received for work on capital projects. Effective immediately.
House Floor Amendment No. 1 Replaces everything after the enacting clause. Provides that State agencies that use bonuses paid to State employees shall provide an annual report to the General Assembly itemizing each bonus awarded, including the amount of the bonuses awarded, the purpose of the bonus, the positions of the employees to whom bonuses were awarded, and the overall agency fiscal impact for the bonuses awarded in the prior fiscal year. Provides that the report is due December 1, 2023 and annually thereafter. Provides that recruitment or retention bonuses for State employment shall be no more than $10,000 per bonus unless the Department of Central Management Services adopts rules to change the monetary limit per bonus.