Report 2015-047 Recommendation 23 Responses
Report 2015-047: The State Bar of California: Its Lack of Transparency Has Undermined Its Communications With Decision Makers and Stakeholders (Release Date: May 2016)
Recommendation #23 To: Bar of California, State
To ensure that the compensation it provides its executives is reasonable, the State Bar should include in the comprehensive salary and benefits study that it plans to complete by October 2016 data for the salaries and benefits for comparable positions in the state government's executive branch.
6-Month Agency Response
The State Bar's contract with CPS HR Consulting was amended to reflect the inclusion of executive branch positions; the amendment has been submitted to the State Auditor.
- Completion Date: May 2016
- Response Date: November 2016
California State Auditor's Assessment of 6-Month Status: Fully Implemented
In addition to the contract amendment, the State Bar provided an excerpt of its compensation salary and benefits study, which includes salaries and benefits for positions in the state government's executive branch.
60-Day Agency Response
The State Bar's contract with CPS HR Consulting, the contractor performing the classification and compensation analysis, has been amended to include executive branch salaries.
- Completion Date: June 2016
- Response Date: July 2016
California State Auditor's Assessment of 60-Day Status: Pending
The State Bar plans to submit supporting documentation at its 6 month response.
Agency responses received are posted verbatim.