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At the direction of President Janet Napolitano, the University is making plans to implement a systemwide salary increase program for policy-covered (non-represented) career staff employees for the 2015-16 fiscal year, interim Vice President Bill Frost announced on July 22.
Effective July 1, 2015, ANR non-represented career staff employees, excluding student employees and academic employees, will receive a three (3) percent across the board salary increase, subject to the exclusions noted in the attached Administrative Guidelines. Please review the Guidelines for further information.
The effective date of the increase for exempt staff employees will be July 1, 2015, and for staff employees on a biweekly pay cycle the effective date of the increase will be June 21, 2015.
“ANR appreciates the many contributions and services provided by our staff in supporting the University's mission and goals,” said Frost. “The implementation of this salary increase plan will help to establish consistent and stable pay practices while also maintaining our competitiveness in attracting and retaining the best talent for the University.”
To read the ANR administrative guidelines for the 2015-16 salary program for non-represented staff, click on the attached file below.
If you have questions about the salary plan for non-represented staff, please contact Linda Marie Manton, executive director, ANR Staff Personnel, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
As part of the university's commitment to being transparent and publicly accountable for its conduct, including the way it compensates its faculty and staff, UC is conducting its annual disclosure of systemwide employee compensation for calendar year 2014. This disclosure parallels last year's payroll disclosure and is consistent with similar practices at many other public institutions.
The 2014 payroll data, along with a summary analysis, is available online at http://compensation.universityofcalifornia.edu/payroll2014/ The data will also be available to news media upon request.
Because UC is a public institution, employee compensation is considered a public record under the California Public Records Act and is reflected in the staff personnel policy in Personnel Policies for Staff Members (PPSM 80(C):
“Information which is public information and which should be released upon request includes name, date of hire, current position title, current salary, organizational unit assignment, date of separation, office address and office telephone number, current job description, full-time or part-time, and appointment type.”
Academic personnel policy, Academic Personnel Manual (APM) 160-20(b)(4) also states that any “non-personal” information “is public information and is available upon request to any person or entity without limitation.” It defines “non-personal” academic personnel information as including name, date of hire or separation, current position title, and current rate of pay.
Questions about access to the payroll data may be directed to local Information Practices/Public Records Offices.
UCOP Office of Public Records