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RFP: CLASSIFICATION AND COMPENSATION STUDY SERVICES

RFP: Classification and Compensation Study Services

The Los Angeles County Employees Retirement Association (LACERA) invites interested qualified, professional consulting services to submit written proposals to evaluate, analyze, and prepare a comprehensive Classification and Compensation Study of all Secretary Positions.

Background

Los Angeles County Employees Retirement Association — LACERA, administers and manages the retirement fund for the County of Los Angeles. It is the largest county retirement system in the United States, with approximately $52 billion in assets, serving 156,000 members and more than 54,000 benefit recipients. Its membership is comprised of individuals from a diverse range of careers, age groups, and ethnicities – all contributing to the greater welfare of Los Angeles County.

LACERA is an independent governmental entity, separate and distinct from the County of Los Angeles. Its fiduciary responsibility is to promote, enhance, and efficiently administer a financially sound retirement and health care benefits program through prudent investment and conservation of plan assets.

LACERA has 429 budgeted positions for FY 17-18.  Presently, there are two (2) Collective Bargaining Units representing a majority of full-time employees, excluding Management, some Supervisors and confidential employees.

Purpose

LACERA is budgeted thirty (30) secretarial positions for Fiscal Year 2017-18. The last comprehensive study of the positions was in 2002.  LACERA’s classification and compensation plan requires review to ensure parity of salaries with the external market and class specifications that reflect current job duties and requirements of the position, including Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) status and essential job functions to comply the American with Disabilities Act (ADA).  

RFP Questions and Answers

Any questions regarding this RFP shall be directed to Connie Chan, Senior Human Resources Analyst by letter or email; no questions will be answered by telephone:

  • Connie Chan, Senior Human Resources Analyst
  • Los Angeles County Employees Retirement Association
  • 300 North Lake Avenue, Suite 630
  • Pasadena CA 91101
  • Email Address: cchan@lacera.com

Revised 9-18-17: Questions will be accepted up to 5:00 P.M. on September 27, 2017. All questions received will be compiled and disseminated to all responding participants at least 3 days before the RFQ submission deadline. Questions and answers will be posted on LACERA.com in the RFP section under "Classification and Compensation Study (FASD)" by September 11, 2017.

Delivery of Proposal

Revised 9-18-17: Please deliver four (4) hard copies of your proposal no later than 5:00 PM, October 10. 2017 to:

  • Connie Chan, Senior Human Resources Analyst
  • Los Angeles County Employees Retirement Association
  • 300 North Lake Avenue, Suite 630
  • Pasadena CA 91101

By submitting a proposal, the proposer represents that it has thoroughly examined and has become familiar with the requested services and the contents of this Request for Proposal ("RFP") and that it is capable of performing quality services to achieve LACERA's objectives. The proposer is responsible for requesting clarification of any deficiency, ambiguity, error or omission contained in this RFP, or any provision in this RFP that the proposer fails to understand. Any communication regarding this RFP must be submitted by email or hardcopy.

The information you submit in response to this RFP becomes the exclusive property of LACERA. LACERA will not return your proposal or reimburse you for proposal preparation expenses.

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