AOC Job Analysis, Classification and Compensation Study

RFP Number: HR-0908-RB

The AOC seeks the services of a consultant with experience and expertise in the public sector to conduct a comprehensive analysis of selected positions for proper Fair Labor Standards Act ("FLSA") designation and to review the current classification structure and compensation plan for the entire AOC.

The desired outcomes are as follows:

    (1) The consultant will collect the appropriate information required to make legally defensible FLSA determinations for each of the selected positions, and to make classification and compensation recommendations for all positions (approximately 890) in the AOC.

    (2) The consultant will recommend the appropriate FLSA designation for up to approximately 360 positions in 63 job classifications and provide written documentation in support of each of the recommendations.

    (3) The consultant will review the current classification and compensation structure in the entire AOC for appropriate alignment with business needs and recommend classification strategies. This may include the drafting of specifications for new classifications.

    (4) Once the job analyses and classification recommendations are completed, the consultant will conduct a comprehensive review of the compensation structure to align the classification structure to best practices and identifiable benchmarked positions.

Written proposals must be received no later than Monday 3:00 p.m., November 24, 2008.

Hard copy proposals must be delivered to:
Judicial Council of California
Administrative Office of the Courts
Attn: Nadine McFadden - HR-0908-RB
455 Golden Gate Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94102

Further information regarding this solicitation is set forth in Request for Proposal (RFP) No. HR-0908-RB.

Request for Proposal

Attachment A - Administrative Rules

Attachment B - Terms and Conditions

Attachment C - Contract Exceptions Form

Attachment D - Payee Data Record

Addendum 1 - Classification and Compensation Study

Questions and Answers

Intent to Award

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