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PAY LETTER: 05-15
ISSUE DATE: July 15, 2005
DEPARTMENT OF PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION
SUMMARY OF REVISIONS TO THE FIFTY-SECOND EDITION (MARCH 2004) OF THE CALIFORNIA STATE CIVIL SERVICE PAY SCALES
LOCATED ON DPA’S PUBLIC WEB SITE
For questions regarding Section I, call (916) 324-9381, (ATSS) 454-9381.
Technical questions will be referred to the appropriate DPA analyst.
The following changes are now updated on the electronic P ay Scales. Changes to the Alphabetical and Schematic Listings (Section 15) will be updated within the first week of each month.
GENERAL SALARY INCREASES
SO6: (Effective 07/01/05)
The Department of Personnel Administration has approved a 5.1 per cent GENERAL SALARY INCREASE. All classes designated SO6 shall be increased by 5.1 percent. All employees in the designated SO6 classes shall be entitled to the 5.1 percent increase.
E97, E98, and E99: (Effective 07/01/05)
The Department of Personnel Administration has approved a 5.1 per cent GENERAL SALARY INCREASE for the following E97, E98, and E99 classes. All employees in the following classes shall be entitled to the 5.1 percent increase.
|Schem Code||Class Code||Class Title|
|XE20||9766||Special Agent Department of Corrections|
|XE15||9767||Senior Special Agent Department of Corrections|
|XE21||9764||Special Agent-in-Charge, Department of Corrections|
CONFIDENTIAL RANGES IN RANK AND FILE CLASSES:
The employees in the following rank-and-file class designated Confidential in Ranges L and R shall have their base salary increased by 5.1%. (Effective 07/01/05)
|Schem Code||Class Code||Class Title||Compensation From||Compensation To|
|A $6161 – 7483
J $6469 – 7857
J $36.41 – 44.22
L $5862 – 7120
R $6155 – 7476
R $34.64 – 42.08
|A $6161 – 7483
J $6469 – 7857
J $36.41 – 44.22
L $6161 – 7483
R $6469 – 7857
R $36.41 – 44.22
The State Controller’s Office will process an employment history mass update to implement the July 1, 2005 effective date general salary increase for t he employees in the above classes. A GEN transaction with a 07/01/05 effective date will result from the mass update process.
Employees who separated from State service prior to July 1, 2005 and have lump sum payments that extend beyond July 1, 2005 shall have their lump sum payments adjusted to reflect the above general salary increase and below pay differential rate increase. The State Controller’s Office will manually process a GEN transaction for the separated employees.
Turnaround (TAD) PARs will be issued from the employment history update processes. T he TAD PARs will be issued on a flow basi s.
Once the GEN transaction is posted to an employ ee’s EH record, any new out-of-sequence transaction must have salary rate entered if allowed on the transaction. If not enter ed, the salary rate information per the GEN transaction will be reflected on the new transaction an d could create an overpayment situation. See PAM Section 9 for further processing information.
Per DPA, the MSA transaction shall be applied before a salary range change. Thus, the 07/01/05 effective date MSA transaction must be posted on an employee’s EH record before the 07/01/05 effective date GEN transaction. Key enter the GSI Code O (an alpha O in the GS I field on the PAR1 update screen) on a new or correct 07/01/05 eff ective date MSA transaction to denote old salary rate. Failure to enter the GSI Code O could result in an incorre ct base salary rate and/or anniversary date (i.e., overpayment).
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