HB 1833 HD 1

RELATING TO PUBLIC OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES AND EMPLOYMENT PRACTICES

By Representative(s) CATALANI / MORITA / LEONG / YOSHINAGA / THIELEN / AUWAE / LUKE / ARAKAKI / TAKAI / TAKUMI; Menor, Morihara, Saiki, Santiago

Companion Bill: SB 2061

Subjects: Women's Legislative Caucus

Keywords: CIVIL SERVICE, Dept. of human resources development, EMPLOYMENT, LEGISLATIVE AUDITOR, LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, PUBLIC EMPLOYEES, SALARIES AND WAGES

Report Title: Pay Equity

Description: Establishes a four-year pilot project in the executive branch to promote equal pay for equal or equivalent work. (HB1833 HD1)

 1-20-00        H Introduced and passed First Reading                      
 1-21-00        H Referred to the committees on 1. LAB 2. FIN ,
                  referral sheet 2
 2- 2-00        H Bill scheduled to be heard by LAB on Friday,
                  02-04-00 at 8:30 am - 11:30 am in House conference
                  room 309.
 2- 4-00        H The committee(s) recommends that the measure be
                  deferred.
 2- 7-00        H Bill scheduled for decision making on Wednesday,
                  02-09-00 at 9:45 A.M. in House conference room 309.
 2- 9-00        H The committee on LAB recommends that the measure be         
                  PASSED, WITH AMENDMENTS.
 2- 9-00        H The votes in LAB were as follows:6 Ayes: Rep.(s)
                  Yoshinaga, Catalani, Goodenow, Hiraki, Nakasone,
                  Takai; Ayes with reservations: Rep.(s) Moses; none
                  Noes: Rep.(s) ; and 3 Excused: Rep.(s) Okamura,
                  Saiki, Rath
 2-18-00        H Reported from the committee on LAB (Stand. Com. Rep.        
                  No. 470-00) as amended in (HD 1), recommending
                  passage on Second Reading and referral to the
                  committee on FIN
 2-18-00        H Passed Second Reading as amended in (HD 1) and
                  referred to the committee on FIN
 2-18-00        H The vote was as follows:  47 aye(s), with none
                  voting no and Representative(s) Menor, Okamura,
                  Pendleton, Stegmaier excused