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Submitted on behalf of Cindy Reckdenwald, Director of Compensation & Workforce Analysis

The staff and administration Annual Salary Review process will officially open on Monday, June 16, 2014.  This year, department supervisors will have a five-week period to make recommendations for salary adjustments with the process closing on July 18, 2014.  Prior to the official opening, department supervisors will receive detailed information regarding the annual salary review process along with guidelines for awarding salary increases and instructions for accessing the online process.  The new salaries will become effective with the first pay period in August. The actual check dates will be August 16th for both those paid on a semi-monthly basis and for those paid on a bi-weekly basis. 

As communicated earlier this year, the Board of Trustees approved a salary increment budget of 2.75%, of which 1.75% will be allocated for general merit increases, .75% will be used to reward exceptional work, and .25% will be will be used to provide a $500 adjustment to base salary for those staff earning less than $45,000 annually to help offset a rise in health care cost.  The $500 will be converted to an amount per hour for staff paid on an hourly basis.   Department supervisors will be asked to enter their recommendations for adjustments based on overall performance discussions, and reflective of their communication with individual staff members as part of their annual performance review.

Please feel free to call the Office of Human Resources at x-8000 or Cindy Reckdenwald directly at x-3850 with any questions.

Thank you.

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