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Excluded Employee Pay Letter from CalHR Released: 2% Salary Increase

Posted: 7/9/2014 Tags: policy salary Tags Views: 2051

ACSS received the Pay Letter 14-08 from CalHR and we can now confirm who will get the 2% general salary increase effective July 1, 2014. Check if your class received a raise by reading the official pay letter.

CalHR will develop separate pay letters for specified increases for excluded employees aligned with Bargaining Unit 5 and for special pay adjustments for some of the excluded employees aligned with Bargaining Units 9 and 10. A separate pay letter for excluded employees aligned with Bargaining Unit 6 is anticipated as well. There may be some additional letters that provide special adjustments for specified classifications. ACSS will notify you of these additional letters as they become available for release.

For questions, please directly contact YOUR local ACSS Labor Relations Representative.

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CalHR Response to Pay Package for Excluded Employees

Posted: 6/27/2014 Tags: salary Tags Views: 1871

ACSS received the following response from CalHR regarding the pay package for excluded employees, fiscal year 2014-2015:

"Most excluded employees (excepting S05 and S06 employees) will be receiving a 2% GSI effective 7/1/14. The budget also provides funds for the policy objectives to address compaction for S09 employees to bring them to 5% above their subordinates and to implement Like Pay for Like Work for S10 employees. Any increases greater than 5% will be incrementally PERSable over a 3 year period."

As of Friday, June 27, 2014, CalHR has not responded to ACSS several inquires concerning whether Unit 12 Supervisors will get a 2% raise instead of the bonus. Pay letters should be issued by July 8th and ACSS will receive an advance copy from CalHR. In addition, CalHR still has not confirmed the S09/M09 and S10/M10 classifications that will received a salary adjustment or the amount.

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CalPERS coming to Visalia

Posted: 5/20/2014 Tags: benefits health membership pension salary Tags Views: 1683

The California Public Employees' Retirement System (CalPERS) is hosting another Benefits Education Event to help members plan for a more financially secure future.

The event will be held in Visalia on May 30 and 31.

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CDCR sending Wave 5 seniority notices

Posted: 4/25/2014 Tags: layoff prison salary Tags Views: 2059

As the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) prepares for Wave 5 of its layoff process, employees will begin receiving Seniority Score Verification letters.

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CalPERS Benefits Education Events

Posted: 4/23/2014 Tags: benefits health membership pension salary Tags Views: 1980

The California Public Employees' Retirement System (CalPERS) is hosting Benefits Education Events to help members plan for a more financially secure future.

The fairs begin in Sacramento on May 9 and 10, continue in Visalia on May 30 and 31, and conclude in Ontario on June 6 and 7.

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What happens if I get transferred against my will?

Posted: 4/17/2014 Tags: benefits membership salary Tags Views: 2340

I just found out I've been transferred to another office. This happened after my new boss and I had a disagreement over my work performance. She says the transfer has nothing to do with the disagreement, but I've never had any other issues and suspect she just might be trying to get rid of me. This transfer would be difficult on me and my family. Do I have any options?

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Think this election doesn't matter? Think again.

Posted: 4/1/2014 Tags: election legislature Lobby Day membership salary Tags Views: 5123

AD 40 Candidate Marc Steinorth (left), ACSS Legislative Committee Chair Richard Synder, ACSS VP of Governmental Affairs Frank Ruffino, Assemblymember Scott Wilk, and ACSS VP of Membership Development Todd D'Braunstein

As the 2014 primary election draws closer, ACSS leaders have stepped up their review of assembly and senate candidates to find the best potential advocates for state supervisors, managers, and confidential employees.

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Slideshow - Lobby Day 2014

Posted: 3/21/2014 Tags: budget governor Lobby Day salary Tags Views: 2356

ACSS' 14th annual Lobby Day was a great success.

With a record turnout, the stage was set to continue our goal of resolving salary compaction once and for all.

Thanks to the efforts of state supervisors, managers, and confidential employees just like you, our elected officials are finally addressing this inexcusable issue - our staff making more than us - that has plagued us for so long.

Thanks to your hard work - and the dillgence of ACSS leaders who have met and discussed the issue with Gov. Brown and his administration for the past few years - there is an historical line item in the governor's revised budget that attempts to resolve salary compaction for the first time.

ACSS' model of improving your career works because we give you the tools to get in front of your elected officials and hold them accountable.

Click the photo above to see a slideshow of the day's events, and mark your calendars for next year's annual lobbying event on March 11, 2015.

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ACSS talks compaction with Governor Brown

Posted: 3/20/2014 Tags: budget governor salary Tags Views: 1895

ACSS Vice President of Governmental Affairs Frank Ruffino sat down with Governor Jerry Brown and First Lady Anne Brown to discuss salary compaction and the governor's future plans for California.

For the first time, the governor's budget includes earmarked funds - $98.6 million - to begin rectifying the long standing issue of salary compaction.

Ruffino called the historic funds "a positive first step" and called on Gov. Brown to continue his dedication to end the harmful practice of paying supervisors and managers less than their staff.

"I'm encouraged that you've started changing the culture in the Capitol toward supervisors and managers," said Ruffino.

"There's no rush, Governor," joked Ruffino, "we've only been dealing with this issue for about 14 years."

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LAO calls for greater compaction fix

Posted: 3/7/2014 Tags: budget governor legislature salary Tags Views: 1778

In its report on the Governor's proposed 2014-15 budget, the Legislative Analyst's Office (LAO) calls on the Brown Administration to take additional action to resolve the salary compaction crisis plaguing state supervisors, managers, and confidential employees.

The report notes that there has not been a "consistent or coordinated process" to analyze the extent of the issue.

Furthermore, the LAO notes that though the proposed budget attempts to fix the problem for identified classifications the Administration "would need to review managerial and supervisorial classifications and propose pay increases for affected managerial state workers beyond what is proposed in the 2014-15 budget."

ACSS has been working extensively for the past few years with CalHR and the legislature to end salary compaction.

Senate Bill 216 - sponsored by ACSS - had unanimous support through the Senate in 2013 and is currently pending review by the Assembly Appropriations Committee. Our bill would maintain the State's recommended 10% pay differential between supervisors and managers and their staff, and would establish a consistent process to analyze and identify current and emerging compaction issues.

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