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Effective July 1, 2006
Summary of changes to contract provisions for employee pay and classification:
Effective July 1, 2006, there is a 2% increase to the salary range minimum, maximum, and to the steps within the salary range of all classifications listed in Article 2.1 of the 2005-7 contract. (Article 21.1.)
Effective January 1, 2007, there is a 1.0% increase to the salary range minimum, maximum, and to the steps with the salary range of all classifications listed in Article 2.1 of the 2005-7 contract. (Article 21.1.)
Effective July 1, 2006, employees receive an across-the-board increase of 2% to all classifications listed in Article 2.1. (Article 21.1.)
Effective January 1, 2007, employees receive an across-the-board increase of 1% to all classifications listed in Article 2.1. (Article 21.1.)
Employees must be paid on step. No one may be hired above or below the assigned salary range for his/her classification.
Employees will receive a step increase per the provision in the contract.
Effective July 1, 2006 active employees will receive a lump sum payment of $300.00 pro-rated based on percentage appointment.
Eligible employees (those who select 4th tier Medica Base Plan or Health Partners buy-up plan) will receive a single deposit of $150.00 before March 1, 2007.
Stability payments should be paid to eligible employees with more than 5 yrs of experience, upon completion of each year of service (2080 straight time hours) using the following schedule:
|Years of Service||Article 2.1 Stability Rate|
|5 - 9 years||$225.00|
|10 – 14 years||$325.00|
|15 – 19 years||$425.00|
|20 – 24 years||$500.00|
|25 or more years||$600.00|
The process of managing employee performance is critical to the success of employees, colleges/units, and the University. The University-wide performance appraisal forms are located online.
In some cases, colleges/departments/units may prefer to develop a performance appraisal/management plan (including a process, appraisal forms, and training for supervisors) specific to their unit. Alternate performance appraisal plans must be developed in conjunction with the unit's HR Pro and their OHR Human Resources Consultant and approved by the Office of Human Resources.
Units are encouraged to record the dates of all completed performance reviews in the PeopleSoft system.
Wage rate tables are published in the 2005-2007 union contract on the OHR Web page.
Please direct questions about the Teamsters Pay Plan to your unit Human Resources Pro or central Human Resources Consultant.
HRMS PeopleSoft implementation dates and instructions will be available June 1, 2006. HRMS will send implementation instructions to HRMS ACES. Individuals can request copies of the HRMS instructions, after June 1, 2006, by contacting Bonnie Marten at (612) 626-9665 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.