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Excluded Employees Receive Salary Increases Effective July 1, 2017

Posted: 6/30/2017 Tags: compaction legislation policy representation salary Tags Views: 6493 Print:

Late yesterday, CalHR released a Human Resource Manual Update* that provides information about raises for excluded employees. As per our previous news post back in October 2016, excluded employees will receive a General Salary Increase (GSI) effective July 1, 2017, based on the bargaining unit they are affiliated. See the chart below for details:

 EXCLUDED EMPLOYEES AFFILIATED WITH BARGAINING UNIT:  GSI
 1, 3, 4, 11, 14, 15, 17, 20, 21, - SEIU  4%
 2  5%
 6  3% 
 7  3%
 9  2%
 10  2% or 5%
 12  4%
 13  3%
 16  2%
 18  3%
 19  4%

 

Salary increases for excluded employees affiliated with Bargaining Unit 5 (Highway Patrol) and Bargaining Unit 8 (Firefighters) will be addressed in future pay letters.

Effective July 1, 2017, most Managerial, Supervisory, and Confidential employees designated E48, E68, E78, E79, E97, E98, and E99 will receive a GSI of four percent (4%).

Exceptions to the salary increases above will be identified in pay letters that will be released in the following weeks.

In addition to the GSI, Other Post-Employment Benefits (OPEB) prefunding will begin. Click here for more information on OPEB for each bargaining unit.

ACSS continues to work hard on your behalf to attain pay parity and fair compensation for all excluded employees. As always, we will provide you with further updates as we receive additional news from CalHR.


*The PML Process has been replaced by the CalHR Human Resources Manual online.




4 Comments


  • moreraises 111 days ago

    Where in the CalHR Human Resources Manual is the information on raises located? Thanks.

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    • ACSS Communications 107 days ago

      http://www.calhr.ca.gov/state-hr-professionals/Pages/hr-announcements.aspx

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  • Dawn M. 112 days ago

    This is exciting, but.. do we expect the 3% promised in October for the OPEB? Shouldn't it be the 3% OPEB and then the 4%?

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    • ACSS Communications 107 days ago

      The information on OPEB is linked in the article above (http://hrmanual.calhr.ca.gov/Home/ManualItem/1422). In this link, CalHR provides the start date and percentages for the OPEB deduction. For further information, please contact your designated ACSS Labor Relations Representative (LRR). If you are not sure who your LRR is, visit our contact page to find out: http://www.acss.org/Representation/Labor-Relations-Reps. Thank you!

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