After the close of each fiscal year, the Arizona State Retirement System (ASRS) conducts a valuation of the various benefit plans that it manages to ensure they are fiscally sound. From the valuations

Online W-2's for 2023 will be posted by January 31st, 2024. W-2's are currently being published to the YES portal: Pay > Pay Documents. Employees will receive an email notifying them when their W-2

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  • Staying the Same - Coverage, carriers, and rates remain the same for the 2024 Plan Year.
  • Changes
    • HDHP Deductible - Single $1,600 ($100 increase), All other $3,200 ($200 increase).
    • HS

Effective October 23, 2023, the process to assign mandatory performance management training (MAP101 and AZPerforms SPSPERFAPP) to new State Personnel System (SPS) employees is changing.  This training

Excess annual leave must be used on or before Friday, January 5, 2024 to avoid forfeiture of excess hours. For agencies, boards and commissions under the State Personnel System, the maximum number of

On September 7, 2023, Governor Hobbs announced changes to the family leave offerings for eligible State Personnel System (SPS) employees, effective September 2, 2023.  This week, a revision was made

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State Personnel System (SPS) agency employees are expected to manage and use their excess annual leave balance to ensure they don’t lose it. For agencies, boards and commissions under the State

On September 7, 2023, Governor Hobbs announced changes to the family leave offerings for eligible State Personnel System (SPS) employees. The changes are effective September 2, 2023.

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On July 1, the ASRS will begin a new fiscal year – FY 2023-24. For members, this is always when new contribution rates go into effect. Starting July 1, 2023, the new total contribution rate will be 12