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CalHR releases Pay Letter Covering Supervisors and Managers Related to Bargaining Unit 7

Posted: 12/5/2019 Tags: legislation policy salary Tags Views: 2310 Print:

The Department of Human Resources (CalHR) has issued Pay Letter 19-19 adjusting salaries for supervisory and managerial employees related to Bargaining Unit 7. All S07 and M07 employees will receive a General Salary Increase of 2.75% retroactive to July 1, 2019.

The Pay Letter also provides Special Salary Adjustments retroactive to July 1, 2019 for nearly one hundred different supervisory and managerial classifications related to Unit 7. Upon initial review, most of the special salary adjustments are the same or higher than those received by the related rank-and-file employees. A number of the special salary adjustments are much higher than the salary increases for the rank-and-file. We encourage all S07 and M07 members to review the attached Pay Letter 19-19 to determine whether you and your classification will receive a special salary adjustment. Note that the special salary adjustments for supervisors and managers begin on page 7 of the pay letter. The “SSA” percentage is the salary adjustment above and beyond the general salary increase of 2.75%.

Because of ACSS' tireless efforts on behalf of members concerns, CalHR and the Newsom Administration appear to have extended nearly all of the special salary adjustments to supervisory and managerial employees, and in some instances provided even larger salary increases to supervisors and managers. This is a big win for ACSS members and other excluded employees.

CalHR expects to issue pay letters covering state bargaining units 2 and 13 and related excluded employees on December 9. The goal is for the State Controller’s Office to implement these salary increases with the December 31, 2019 pay warrant with retroactive back pay to follow in early 2020.

CalHR has not indicated to ACSS when it will implement the new and revised pay differentials (e.g., bilingual pay, commute reimbursement) for the 9 SEIU Local 1000 units and how these increases will impact related excluded employees.

As always, ACSS will continue to provide you with updates as we receive them in regards to compensation for excluded employees.




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