The salary schedule that pertains to employees in this bargaining unit shall be the schedule found in Appendix G of this Agreement.
Employees may receive salary adjustments on the salary schedule due to General Salary Increases (GSIs) and/or in-range progressions.
|23.2||An employee shall be assigned to a rate within the open salary range appropriate to his/her classification.|
All employees in the bargaining unit shall receive a General Salary Increase (GSI) as follows:
Salary scale maximums and minimums for all classifications shall be increased by the amount of the General Salary Increases. These changes will be effective as of the date of the General Salary Increase in each fiscal year of this Agreement.
4 The formula for establishing the pro rata amount payable to intermittent employees shall be established by the parties prior to the ratification of this agreement.
Merit Bonus Program
Salary Adjustments Due to Reclassification
|23.6||When an employee is reclassified to a classification with a lower salary range within the same series, the appropriate rate in the salary range shall be determined by considering any previous related service in a higher or lower class. Notwithstanding the above, in no case shall the new salary exceed the rate previously received in the higher class.|
|23.7||When an employee is reclassified to a classification with a lower salary range in another series, the appropriate rate in the salary range shall be determined by the appropriate administrator. Notwithstanding the above, in no case shall the new salary exceed the rate previously received in the higher class. Determination of the appropriate rate in such cases shall be made by applying the criteria that would normally be used for making an initial appointment to that class.|
|23.8||When an employee is reclassified to a classification with a higher salary range, the appropriate rate in the salary range shall be determined by the appropriate administrator. The rate in the higher salary range shall be an increase of at least five percent (5.0%).|
Additional Bonus Programs - Campus Funded
|23.9||The CSU may award lump-sum bonuses (not permanent increases in base salary) for reasons identified below. Such bonuses may be awarded at the discretion of the President at any time and only for the following three (3) reasons:
|23.10||For non-exempt employees, all bonus and stipend awards provided by this Agreement are based on a percentage of the employee’s annual gross salary, including overtime.|
In-Range Progression - Campus Funded
An increase in an employee’s pay rate within a salary range of a classification due to increased responsibilities and skills of the employee, in recognition of extraordinary performance, or for market or pay equity reasons, is referred to as in-range progression.
A request for an in-range progression review may be submitted by the employee or manager. Employee initiated in-range progression requests shall be submitted to Human Resources. An employee shall not submit a request for an in-range APC/CSU Collective Bargaining Agreement Page 61 January 31, 2018 – June 30, 2020 progression prior to twelve (12) months following submission of any prior in-range progression request by the employee. Review of an in-range progression request shall be completed within ninety (90) days.
When an in-range progression occurs, the appropriate salary increase shall be determined by the President. Such increases shall be campus funded. This provision 23.11 shall not be subject to Article 10, Grievance Procedure. The decision of the President to award or not award an in-range increase under this provision, or regarding the amount of such increase, shall be final and non-grievable. However, APC may grieve an alleged violation of a specific term of this provision 23.11, subject to provision 10.5.F.4.