The UUP contract requires that the retroactive payment resulting from the 2016 and 2017 lump sum increases be split and paid into two different pay periods. The first half is paid in the cheque of 28.11.18 and the second half in the cheque of 24.07.19: employees who retired on the day or after the entry into force of 2016, 2017 and/or 2018 are entitled to the corresponding increase of the ATB. Employees who resigned before 18.09.2018 are not entitled to ATB increases in 2016 and 2017. Wage increases are negotiated by the bargaining unit. The bargaining unit allows you to find a summary of the negotiated increases, which is eligible and when you can count on the payment of increases. . . . staff with an annual academic commitment paid more than 12 months completed seven years full-time in Schedule C, Appendix B-4 Div III or teaching title.
Note: Due to the expiry of the previous contract (2011-2016), longevity payments were not made to CSEA employees in October 2016 and April 2017, who were first entitled to a 5-year payment after March 31, 2016 and that CSEA staff members who were eligible for the first time after March 31, 2016 had received a 10-year payment and continued to receive the 5-year fee. In accordance with Chapter 165 of the 2017 Acts, in which the 2016-2021 agreement between New York State and the CSEA was implemented, these employees are now entitled to the payment of longevity and Enthupc from October 2016 and April 2017. These will be paid during the 12L salary period (including the first half of the total retro atb money in 2016 and 2017). People who are currently above the employment rate of their rank under the 7/1/15 payroll plan and who have only been in a union position since 26.03.09 are only entitled to a partial increase in the employment rate of their rank in accordance with the remuneration plan 4/1/16; no increase if they are currently higher than the employment rate in the wage plan 4/1/16. . In a letter of parent to the agreement of 19.10.16, it is stated that workers who were entitled to an insepayment payment in April 2019 continue to receive a longevity payment each following April, at the same rate they received in April 2019 (as long as they remain entitled) until a succession agreement is negotiated. The letter also states that any worker entitled to an extension for the first time after April 1, 2019 will only receive payment once an estate contract has been negotiated. Due to the expiry of the previous contract, no lump sum payment was made in April 2016 to staff who were first entitled to a five- or ten-year payment as of March 31, 2016. These employees are now solvent.
Lifespan of 5 years 1,250 USD; 10 years of life 2,500 USD. Proportion for part-time workers. . Employees with a calendar year or a year of professional studies. . Note: In a collation letter to the agreement of 16.12.2011, it is stated that eligible staff members from 1 April 2016 and before 1 April 2016 will continue to benefit from an estate agreement after the 2011-2016 agreements expire.