UCPATH Freeze: Unit 18 Faculty Range Adjustment

UCPATH Freeze: Saturday, January 29, 2022 – Friday, February 4, 2022

The University of California and the University Council-American Federation of Teachers (UC-AFT) ratified a new multi-year contract in effect since December 3, 2021 and will run through June 30, 2026. In accordance with the new contractual agreement, Unit 18 Faculty salaries will be adjusted by at least 7 percent effective February 1, 2022. The pay increase will appear on the March 1, 2022, paycheck.

UCPath Freeze Timeline: January 29, 2022 through February 4, 2022

Friday, January 28, 2022 LAST DAY TO UPDATE
This is the last day you will be allowed to make any pay component changes in UCPath for the affected population. Pay component changes include changes to job code, employee classification, salary plan, pay rate, etc. New hire, concurrent hire, rehire, termination, retirement, job extension, and short work breaks can continue to be processed.
Saturday, January 29, 2022 —
Friday, February 4, 2022
UCPATH FREEZE
Do not update/change/delete pay components in UCPath for the affected population during this time.
Saturday, February 5, 2022 ADJUSTMENT COMPLETE
Units may again begin to update pay components for affected population in UCPath.

Salary Scales

The salary scales for Unit 18 Faculty now have designated salary points, new salary admin plans, and grades for UCPath entry. The new salary scales have salary point increments of 3 percent, which do not correlate with any previously existing salary scales. There are new minimum and maximum salary points for Pre-Six and Continuing Lecturers.

The new salary scales are now available on the AP Website. The new rates are also available in UCPath when entering a new transaction with a begin date of February 1, 2022 or after.

Effective February 1, 2022, Unit 18 Faculty will be placed on the new salary scale at the nearest salary point on or above a 7 percent increase to their current full time equivalent salary. This may result in a range adjusted rate of more than 7 percent. Unit 18 Faculty with salaries above the maximum scale rate will be given a salary point of zero (0) in UCPath, and will have their salaries adjusted by 7 percent. Salaries above the maximum scale rate will not be considered above-scale and will remain in the UCANNL compensation rate code. The use of compensation rate code UCABVE is not permitted for this population.

Sample Salary Calculation:
Below are the steps taken to place an Academic Year Lecturer (Pre-Six) on to a salary point on the new salary scale. The Lecturer has a current salary of $56,945.

  1. Apply the 7% salary adjustment to current salary: $56,945 x 1.07 = $60,931.15
  2. The adjusted salary is rounded up to the nearest dollar; $60,932.
  3. Referencing the appropriate salary scale, in this scenario, T015, locate the salary point that is at or above the adjusted salary.
  4. Since the salary calculated in step 2 (above) is lower than the minimum salary on the scale, the Unit 18 Faculty will be mapped to salary point 1 with a salary of $62,455, resulting in a 9.67% salary increase.

Updates to the salary admin plans, grades, and assignment to the new salary points will be done centrally

Lump Sum Payments

The schedule for the lump sum payments has not yet been released, we will follow-up with additional information regarding those payments in a future communication.

Questions?

If you have any questions, please contact your Academic Personnel Analyst.

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