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General Eligibility Criteria

To be considered for any of the increases described below, an employee must have been a permanent (benefits-eligible) employee on or before January 5, 2018. Employees must also have been in “good standing” as of July 1, 2018 — without active disciplinary actions, performance improvement plans, or unsatisfactory post-tenure reviews.

SHRA Employees

SHRA employees who received a final overall annual performance rating of “Meets Expectations” or “Exceeds Expectations” on their 2018 annual performance appraisal will receive a mandatory 2% increase to their base salary; it will be pro-rated for part-time employees.

EHRA Non-Faculty Employees

EHRA Non-Faculty employees who received a final overall performance rating of “Meets Expectations” on their 2018 annual performance appraisal are eligible for a discretionary increase of up to 2.5%.  EHRA Non-Faculty employees who received a final overall performance rating of “Exceeds Expectations” on their 2018 annual performance appraisal are eligible for a discretionary increase of up to 4.99%.

Faculty and EHRA Employees subject to Alternate Performance Review Processes

Faculty and EHRA employees subject to alternate performance review processes are eligible for a discretionary increase of up to 4.99%.

Timing

The SHRA mandatory 2% increase will be paid in the first bi-weekly payroll in September, which has a pay date of September 14, 2018.  EHRA discretionary increases will be paid no later than Oct. 31, 2018. All increases described above will be retroactive to July 1, 2018, calculated on the employee’s June 30, 2018, base salary.

Implementation of State Salary Minimum

The new salary minimum of $31,200 must be implemented for all permanent employees after any applicable salary increases listed above are applied. It will be paid in the first biweekly payroll in September, with a pay date of Sept. 14, and will also be retroactive to July 1, 2018.

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