A. The director shall prepare a report on state personnel and the operation of the state personnel system.

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B. The report shall include:

1. Information concerning all state employees, including employees of all executive, legislative and judicial branch agencies.  All state agencies shall provide any information requested by the director to prepare the annual report.

2. Information concerning turnover, including the number of employees separating from state employment and the reasons for separation.

3. Information concerning the compensation during the preceding year and the coming year of state employees and the compensation of other public employees and private employees.

4. An advisory recommendation on state employees’ salaries. In establishing the recommendation, the director shall consider the relative levels of duties and responsibilities of the various classes of positions, rates paid for comparable positions elsewhere and other relevant factors. Salary recommendations are not required for elected officials.  The director shall make advisory salary recommendations for specific positions in the governor’s office, the legislature and the courts if requested by the respective administrative heads of these units of state government.

5. The overtime pay of all state agencies.

6. Other information as determined by the director.

C. The annual report and recommendations shall be presented to the governor and the legislature on or before September 1 of each year.  The director shall provide a copy of the report to the secretary of state.

D. The Arizona board of regents, the department of public safety, the judicial department and the Arizona state schools for the deaf and the blind shall each prepare and submit an annual report on their personnel as prescribed in this section.  The report shall include:

1. Information concerning the number of employees affected by and reasons for turnover of their employees.

2. Information concerning the compensation during the preceding year and the coming year of their employees and the compensation of other public employees and private employees.

3. An advisory recommendation on the salary plan and adjustments for their employees. In establishing the salary plan, they shall consider the relative levels of duties and responsibilities of the various classes of positions, rates paid for comparable positions elsewhere and other relevant factors.

4. The overtime pay for their employees.